Ultimate in love, is where this single by Chavis Chance derives its energies. A brooding, but effervescent collision of appreciation – for the one who keeps you sane, and of the best friend you’d ever wanted. It’s a celebratory single, with awning of sparkles and smiles, that bleed depth and truth for persons who don’t need anything else, but each other.
“I co-wrote this song remotely with my father, Dirk Hamilton, while I lived in Boston and he in Plano, Texas,” said Chavis Chance. “I ended up recording it mostly live in the studio at AOE Recording Studios in Fort Worth.
Growing up the son of singer-songwriting rock ‘n roller, Dirk Hamilton, Chavis is bringing the spirit of a by-gone era to the modern pop song. This intimate acoustic ballad acts as a prime example of how art is able to bridge physical distance in a time of mass isolation.
Look for more from this reveler of hymns and story alchemy.
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It feels strange to be releasing a song of harmony and peace with rubber bullets breaking the bones of peaceful protestors back home. I can see clearly that to much of white America these riots feel like a sudden explosion when in fact they’re a boiling point reached after years and years of anguish and inaction. I can’t imagine what it’s like to be black in America, and I won’t speak a word on how they should feel, protest, or mourn. I do know the absolute disgust and bottomless sorrow I feel every time I think of what was done to George Floyd and so many before him. I offer up my little song to the world as a prayer for what we may someday reach. Be safe out there. Much love