Chaser Offers Listeners Emotional Inspiration In Its Latest Single

Courtesy: Thousand Islands Records/Soundspeed Records/SBAM Records/Pee Records

Surf punk rock band Chaser premiered the video for its latest single this week.

The band premiered the lyric video for the title track for its new album, which is scheduled for release April 8 through Thousand Islands Records, Soundspeed Records,SBAM Records, and Pee Records. ‘Dreamers’ is the album’s third single. Its premiere follows those of its predecessors, ‘2020‘ and ‘A New Direction.’

The ‘Dreamers’ lyric video places the song’s lyrics over the album’s artwork as the upbeat pop punk arrangement plays over it all. Speaking of that arrangement, it will appeal to fans of similar acts, such as New Found Glory, Sum 41, and All Time Low.

The lyrical theme that accompanies the musical arrangement featured in ‘Dreamers’ is meant to be an inspirational statement, according to a prepared statement from the band.

“The song ‘Dreamers’ is the title track off our new album,” the statement reads. “It’s a dedication to those who have persevered through personal struggles and misfortune to continue chasing their dreams. Influenced by our loved ones, it’s an appreciation of how much they have inspired us to grow and to do better in our own lives to keep a positive perspective.”

Pre-orders for Dreamers are open now. The album will come more than seven months after the release of the band’s latest studio, its EP Look Alive. Released Sept. 4, the two-song record features the EP’s title track and ‘Found Myself Again.’

More information on Chaser’s new album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Websitehttps://chaserpunkrock.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/chaserband

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/chaserband

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