Chaser Announces Release Date For New Single, ‘Look Alive’

Courtesy: Thousand Island Records/Sound Speed Records/SBAM Records/Pee Records

Skatepunk band Chaser will release its new single this month.

The band announced Tuesday, it will release its new single ‘Look Alive’ on July 31.  the song is the title track from the band’s forthcoming 7″, which is scheduled for release Sept. 4.  Pre-saves for the single are open now.

The two-song recording will release on four different color variants through Thousand Island Records (Canada), Sound Speed Records (USA), SBAM Records (Europe) and Pee Records (Australia).  Its A-side is listed as ‘Look Alive’ and its B-side as ‘Found Myself Again.’

The announcement of the new single’s release date comes approximately two weeks after the band made its initial announcement about the EP’s forthcoming release.  The announcement was made through a video that the band posted to its official YouTube channel.

Bassist Jesse Stopnitzky said in a prepared statement, the record’s release will serve as a fundraiser to help four different nonprofit agencies.

“Our proceeds from the record will be donated to 4 carefully handpicked charitable organizations: Equal Justice Initiative, Educational First Steps, Crisis Aid International, and Surfrider Foundation,” he said.  “2020 has been a year like no other. In the face of such unprecedented crises, one’s impact feels further minimized. However, if we have learned anything from these experiences, it is that we are all in this together and have a responsibility to do our part. At the minimum, manage what we can control.”

More information on Chaser’s forthcoming 7″ is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:






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