Chance Emerson has released an upbeat track called “It Won’t Be Pretty”

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Taiwanese-American singer-songwriter Chance Emerson has released an upbeat pop track called “It Won’t Be Pretty” In 2017, the 19-year-old posted his self-produced EP, recorded in his high school music building’s attic, to his Facebook and Instagram according to his bio. Chance’s new album, The Raspberry Men, will be released on March 6th. According to his press release, the first single from the album, How Can I, was premiered on Atwood Magazine, featured on Spotify’s Indie Shuffle playlist, and has picked up 100,000 streams in the three weeks since its release. The second single, Annabelle, was premiered on American Songwriter and written about in Hong Kong’s newspaper, the South China Morning Post.

The record was written around the themes of growing up and seeking the meaning of the word ‘home’ as he moved around from place to place. The guitar on the track is amazing! The beat of this track is fun and positive to listen to. The vocals are wonderful and the enjoyed the lyrics a lot. He said this about the track, “I love Motown. I love a gritty whomping rock pop tune. this is me channeling as much of that as I can into a song about matters of the heart that i think we can all probably relate to. Emotions suck!” Just check it out. Please leave your feedback below.

Get the track: spotify.com

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