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Live Nation Presale: (THURS) May 5th @10am – 10pm (PW: FINALE)

Daddy Kool Presale: (THURS) May 5th @10am – 10pm (PW: KOOL)

On sale: (FRI) May 6th @10:00 AM

Doors: 7:00 PM

Show: 8:00 PM

 

 

 

BIO

Confidence crystallizes over time. A diligent and dedicated grind continues to propel Chase Atlantic forward. Formed in 2011, the Australia-born and Los Angeles-based trio—Mitchel Cave, Clinton Cave, and Christian Anthony—have quietly carved out their own corner of popular music. Representing the missing link between anesthetized woozy trap, nocturnal R&B, and psychedelically-spun alternative, the boys blur boundaries between genres through fearless experimentation and innate melodic inclinations. Amassing over 200 million streams and receiving acclaim from Billboard, OnesToWatch, mxdwn, PopCrush, Alternative Press, Substream Magazine, and Rock Sound of which they graced the cover, they boldly push forward again on their forthcoming debut for Fearless Records.

“We’ve never felt more confident in a body of music or less scared to release something in our whole lives,” exclaims Mitchel. “The last few years really hardened us up and made us believe in ourselves. With everything we release, we don’t really listen to anyone outside of our circle. We’ve always added rock influences to hip-hop as one dimension, and now we’re adding other dimensions.”

A prolific creative journey brought Chase Atlantic to this point. The band unleashed a string of EPs—Dalliance [2014], Nostalgia [2015], and Paradise [2017]—before their self-titled full-length debut, Chase Atlantic. They put up serious numbers on the likes of “Friends” [55.9 million Spotify streams], “Swim” [41.8 million Spotify streams], “Into It” [37.3 million Spotify streams], and “Okay” [21.7 million Spotify streams], to name a few. In 2019, their sophomore album, PHASES, attracted widespread praise. OnesToWatch predicted, “while we would say the sky is the limit for Chase Atlantic with a showing this strong, chances are they would just break out of the stratosphere in the year to come. Along the way, they canvased multiple continents, headlined across the US, UK, and Europe, and sold out venues such as Webster Hall in New York, Kentish Town Forum in the UK, and The Regent Theater in Los Angeles in addition to gracing the stages of Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Reading and Leeds

As the world went into lockdown mode in early 2020, the musicians went into full-blown creative mode.

“We made the decision to bunker down and get a place for ourselves,” recalls Christian. “As our usual studio closed, we built a studio in our house. It was the first time since Dalliance that we recorded everything at home. It’s also the first time we’ve made music since we toured the world three times and played all of these festivals.”

“We’ve gone through struggles financially and personally,” admits Clinton. “We dealt with all of it, hustled, made sacrifices, and played our asses off. It’s all turned around, and we’re in a better place. These are some of the best times since the first album.”

“We’ve grown into our own shoes and built our destinies at this point,” adds Mitchel. “It’s been a whirlwind, but we’ve maintained the mentality of just trying to make the best music we can. We felt really energized. PHASES was very vulnerable and telling. This phase is a little darker and more aesthetically pleasing. The music has more batteries to it,” he grins.

Speaking of batteries, the first single “Out The Roof” glides on airy synths towards an upbeat flex during the hook. Meanwhile, flutes levitate between the sound of shells hitting the ground and a proclamation, “Bitch, I’m bulletproof.In the accompanying video, Mitchel, Clinton, and Christian wield flamethrowers and tear up the desert in dune buggies.

“Lyrically, it’s off the rip,” says Mitchel. “We’re just flexing and showing off a hype and happy vibe. We made the instrumental and freestyled everything in the most natural way possible. We’re finally in a position to show off a little bit, so that’s what we did.”

“Out The Roof” bulldozes a path for Chase Atlantic to really pop off in 2020. As always, they go “beyond guitars and drums” and incorporate the likes of Arabic and Middle Eastern clarinet and flute as well as signature saxophone into the sonic palette.

“It’s just a little different,” Clinton goes on. “We’ve kept the rap-hook influence we’re known for, but it’s more abstract and diverse. Going to other places in the world, we’re inspired by what they have to offer. We’re adding new flavor.”

In the end, Chase Atlantic lunge ahead of the pack once again and take popular music with them.

“When they listen to us, we want people to walk away feeling inspired emotionally, creatively, and physically,” Mitchel leaves off. “It’s a two-way street though. We want you to connect with us more, and we want to connect with you more.”

BOILER

Representing the missing link between anesthetized woozy trap, nocturnal R&B, and psychedelically-spun alternative, Chase Atlantic blur boundaries between genres through fearless experimentation and innate melodic inclinations. Amassing over 200 million streams and receiving acclaim from Billboard, OnesToWatch, mxdwn, PopCrush, Alternative Press, Substream Magazine, and Rock Sound of which they graced the cover, the Australia-born and Los Angeles-based trio—Mitchel Cave, Clinton Cave, and Christian Anthony—boldly push forward again on their forthcoming debut for Fearless Records. A prolific creative journey brought Chase Atlantic to this point. The band unleashed a string of EPs—Dalliance [2014], Nostalgia [2015], and Paradise [2017]—before their self-titled full-length debut, Chase Atlantic. They put up serious numbers on the likes of “Friends” [55.9 million Spotify streams], “Swim” [41.8 million Spotify streams], “Into It” [37.3 million Spotify streams], and “Okay” [21.7 million Spotify streams], to name a few. In 2019, their sophomore album, PHASES, attracted widespread praise. OnesToWatch predicted, “while we would say the sky is the limit for Chase Atlantic with a showing this strong, chances are they would just break out of the stratosphere in the year to come. Along the way, they canvased multiple continents, headlined across the US, UK, and Europe, and sold out venues such as Webster Hall in New York, Kentish Town Forum in the UK, and The Regent Theater in Los Angeles in addition to gracing the stages of Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Reading and Leeds. Now, they charge up their next chapter with the single “Out The Roof” and more to come.

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