Single Review: Chase Bryant – Room To Breathe

There seems to be a trend seeping through the Nashville summer air this year and its taking hold of young artists such as Drew Baldridge and Chase Bryant. While traditional country folk may frown upon this diversion, I think certain artists can make the bluesy rock tones vibrate from the speakers, not only in recording studios, but performing live as well.

Bryant’s new single “Room To Breathe” is the first song off his anticipated, yet to be named new album. It combines a Maroon 5 vibe with the storytelling genius that country music fans everywhere adore. Plus, a little over halfway through the song, there is a killer guitar solo which you know Bryant is chomping at the bit to perform in his live set, if he isn’t already.

As a rising star in Nashville, Bryant is already an accomplished songwriter, singer and co-producer showing a maturity level far beyond what many expect from such a young man. With “Room To Breathe.” Bryant also joins the ever growing club of country males finding success on mainstream radio singing about the more intimate moments couples experience throughout their relationship. While everything in this song is a departure from what fans have come to know from Bryant’s previous releases, it does have the potential to become a big hit as it draws the attention of the listener and provides a solid beat for those who can’t sit still when a new sound catches their ear.

Get ready to hear this song being played all across the country as it impacts country radio on July 5th. Until then, you can find it on iTunes.

Chase Bryant Room To Breathe

Chase Bryant is touring throughout the summer as well, so check out his website to see if he’s coming to a town near you so you can hear this hot new single in person.

When all is said and done here, will you be asking for #RoomToBreathe?

 

Author: Kristen Diotte

I've been known to spend hours in historically preserved buildings. I travel internationally to support musicians I believe have changed my life. I hope to one day work for a company that is both historical and musical.

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