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Chase Huglin “Glow” Album Review

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A few months ago, I got a friend request on Facebook by a guy named Chase Huglin. As funny as it sounds, I recognized him from the “Defend Pop Punk” group on Facebook, so I accepted. After doing some creeping, I learned that Chase is a singer/songwriter, recently signed to Invogue Records, and put out his debut EP titled “Glow” in April. As a singer/songwriter myself and a sucker for acoustic music, I quickly opened up Spotify to check out his EP. For the next 15 minutes, I sat and listen to the entire album front to back.

Almost instantly, I felt a strong connection to the delicate lyrics that paint a story of heartache and losing someone to another person; Two things I relate to deeply. There’s no intricate guitar playing or  fancy string quartet features, just good ol’ acoustic songs that hit you right in the feels. Although this album is short (roughly 11 minutes), it’s worth every penny. The album has a sort of “live room” sound and feel, as if this album was recorded one take in a tiny apartment on a rainy day. It features lyrics and melodies will get stuck in your head for days. Chase really impresses me with a strong vocal presence, as well. My personal favorite song on Glow is “Your New Boy“.

Next time you find yourself searching for new music, experience a rough break up, or need a soundtrack to a cold lazy day you’ll spend curled up on the couch, check out Chase Huglin’s “Glow”.

About Jacob Andrew

Jacob Andrew has had a passion for music from a very young age. Noticing a natural talent in keeping a rhythm, Jacob Andrew’s mom enrolled him in drum lessons at age six! As soon as he stepped into that music shop for his first lesson, his passion for music spread like wild fire. A few years after taking drum lessons, Jacob Andrew saved up enough to buy a guitar and started teaching himself to play. Fast forward to now Jacob Andrew can play over 10 different instruments, and is an accomplished singer/song writer!

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