Chase Huglin's "Christmas Eve / Pierceton Queen" Is Divergent
The holiday season is creeping up faster than we really expect. A new single "Christmas Eve / Pierceton Queen" from singer/songwriter Chase Huglin has tossed us into the holiday spirit -- with a catch.
Invogue Records recently announced that they would be released a holiday compilation on November 25th titled Happy Holidays, I Miss You. The compilation will be available for pay what you want through BandCamp with all proceeds from sales going to the Jason Christopher Wilhelm Scholarship Fund, which is dedicated to highlighting scholarship-deserving high school students as well as helping with immediate financial need of cancer patients.
The Fort Wayne-based Chase Huglin has always been an artist that is brutally honest with his lyrics. "Christmas Eve / Pierceton Queen" is no different and starts off with the lyric "I woke up drunk lying on your floor / all my bags were packed and by your door" and tackles the emotional conflict with a certain someone that needs to grow as person them self. Instrumentally you'll hear some classic Christmas sound effects but the rock-acoustic band serves as the backbone for Chase to do his thing.
Huglin's first full-length You Deserve An Island came to the public ear on September 30th of this year. The album serves a creation riddled with heartache, loss, and thinking about one's place in life. "Niagara" is one of the singer's most emotionally charged vocals and consists of light electric guitar. Chase Huglin does a lot with a little.