Today, We have an extraordinary artist from Canada, Chase Bernath. You might know him from his recent hits “Into Pieces”, “Still Dream About You” and “Lucky Now”. Chase Bernath has released Lucky Now, his first single of 2022. Following his breakout onto
Canadian music scene in 2021, the independent artist is committed to dropping a new song
each month in 2022.
Lucky Now has already amassed more plays and playlist adds than any prior releases from
Chase Bernath. Featuring lush vocals and a chill synth pop instrumentals, the bedroom producer. He has dropped another catchy song that fits nearly any mood. From dancing in the club to chilling by the beach, Lucky Now is a versatile song for your summer playlist.
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The other songs released from Chase Bernath so far in 2022 include the high-energy track “Still dream about you” that combines endearing vocals with a unique bass-drop. He also released “Into Pieces”, a switch-up for the traditional EDM producer that primarily features acoustic elements.
We had a track on Groovers by Chase Bernath, The track is already rocking on all the streaming platform as now. We had an opportunity to have a chat with him, so here it all starts!
— We asked him about how did came up with this album, and what was the thought process for it?
He replied- “Rather than releasing a combined album in 2022, I’ve chosen to release a series of single songs. I don’t think in genres when producing music, but like to focus on telling a story with each song. Keeping each song separate allowed me the most creative freedom, although I would like to tell a larger story with a complete album someday down the road.”
Music is all about creativity and mental satisfaction, which makes a bond between artist and the listener.
Our next question was…
— How would you describe the music that you typically create?
He replied- “For me, music has always been about bringing people together. My hope with the music that I create is that it provides opportunities for connections to take place, whether it’s on a dance floor or during a midnight dorm room cry session. While my roots are in electronic music, I really just see the technology as a gateway to explore new sounds and deliver musical content in unheard ways.”
Music isn't an art, it's an emotion.
Another question was…
— What first got you into music?
He replied- “Music has always played an important role in my life, whether it was playing piano and guitar growing up, trying my luck at trumpet in school band, or playing my favourite remixes at school dances. I fell in love with DJ’ing after seeing the pure joy I could bring to anonymous faces simply by playing the right song at the right time. To try to create this kind of impact, I taught myself how to produce music, in the hopes of spreading some more joy in the world”.
Everyone has that one special talent inside him, but the real talk comes in when and how to use it. Following your dream work will never disappoint abit in your life!
Going to next,
— Which artist inspires you the most and why?
He replied- “My biggest musical inspiration would be Tim Bergling (Avicii), as even though he fought through many battles, he still managed to bring so much joy into this world. It’s heartbreaking that the world lost such a kind soul”.
True, He was a kind! He was such an inspiration for so many artists and gave us a connecting and emotional music.
Moving to our next question,
— Any recommendations or tips for upcoming artists?
He replied- “Just hit publish. Like many artists, for years I was a perfectionist with my work, too afraid to put any music into the world. It actually took some of my closest friends, whom I love very much, forcing me to hit publish on a song for me to post it. In reality, if your music has even a small chance of impacting one person’s life, then you are committing a crime by not releasing it. I would strongly encourage all upcoming artists to just hit publish, even if you don’t think your music is perfect, someone else will”.
Here's one big tips for our new artists, you won't be getting these kinds of tips anywhere else! Managing and experience says a lot, and all the incoming artists should thrive these habits in themselves.
From here, we end our interview with Chase, “Lucky Now” is out now and streaming worldwide. If you guys love chill and vibing house music, then we promise you won't be disappointed.
Lastly, We would like Chase Bernath for giving his time to us with this beautiful song.
You can stream “Lucky Now” by clicking here. ⬅
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