Chance Fischer ft. Cheyenne Lavene - Blow the Sky Up

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Konshince & Chance Fischer
Album:
None (Promo Single)

If you happen to see Chicken Little running around, spouting prophecies of doom, you can blame it on Chance Fischer. As the Richmond, Virginia representative reveals on his second Booth feature, the follow-up to last October’s Salutations, he’s made it his mission to Blow the Sky Up. Fischer links up with Konshince behind the boards on this album outtake, flipping a pop-punk guitar riff into a high-energy backdrop for bars delineating the scale of his ambitions. L.A.-based singer-songwriter Cheyenne Laverne lends her breezy vocals to the record’s chorus. Blow the Sky Up is the first of eight fresh cuts the artist plans to release on a weekly basis over the course of the next two months. Additionally, fans can watch our pages for further details on Chance’s next LP, which as yet lacks both a title and a solid drop date.

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