Britpop inspired indie band The Chase unveil ‘Death of Me’


Nottingham indie rockers The Chase share new single ‘Death of Me’, out now on Golden Robot Records.

‘Death of Me’ utters tragedy and humour in a four minute rollercoaster. The track offers a pragmatic take on the subject of love, almost presenting itself as a modern response to The Beatles’ classic ‘All You Need Is Love’.

“It’s a very personal song to me, it speaks of a hard time I went through last year (Aside from all the covid stuff). I felt the need to jot it all down and out came Death of Me. I’m really proud of how the track turned out in the end, and who can beat a mega trumpet solo to end a track?!” says Tyler Heaney (Songwriter/Vox/Guitar).

Listen to ‘Death of Me’ by The Chase on the Shoot Music New Releases Playlist on Spotify.

Reigning from rebel city Nottingham, The Chase fuse Brit-Pop nonchalance with killer 60’s choruses and arena sized rock and roll to make a noise that is truly unique. The Chase began life at the young ages of 8, 10 and 11 when singer, Tyler Heaney recruited his younger brother, Dion, to play drums alongside cousin Luke Childs on bass.

The band would later be complete when school mate James Cahill joined on keys to turn the family trio into a quartet. Inspired by their council estate roots, The Chase named themselves after the very streets on which they were raised and they began their ascent towards.

Capturing the attention of the UK and well on their way up, they played their debut performance at Isle of Wight Festival yesterday, with a sold out 450 capacity hometown show and whole heap of other magic yet to be announced.

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