Chase Coy checked in with fans on his official web site, ChaseCoy.com, sharing news on a follow-up to his 2011 album ‘Indiana Sun’ and his new project with Palmer Lee called 3rd & Union. The Nashville based singer songwriter tells readers:
First off, I am working on new music to release for you guys! I intended to already have something finished, but school took up more time than I anticipated, so this summer I’ll be recording a lot to catch up! I’m going to be recording a full-length album to release later this fall, but before that I’ll be releasing an EP later this summer to hold you all over. It’s a bit more stripped-down and back to my roots; I think you will like it a lot.
Secondly, I have a new music project called 3rd & Union! My lovely friend Palmer Lee and I will be in the studio the rest of this month recording our full-length album, but we’re so excited for you to hear what we’ve been working on that we’re giving away a free track called ‘My Love’, starting tomorrow at noisetrade.com/thirdandunion. It’s our gift to you, but if you would like to donate a bit and help us cover the cost of recording this album, we’d be super appreciative!
Chase Coy checked in with his Twitter followers (@chasecoy) last week after seeing Switchfoot singer Jon Foreman in concert in Nashville, where the singer songwriter had a love at first sight moment. The 20-year-old singer songwriter wanted assistance in finding his dream girl, but apparently wasn’t successful. He writes:
If you’re a redhead and were at the Jon Foreman concert in Nashville tonight, please get at me. I think I may have fallen in love with you.
Redhead. Brown Boots. Bangs. Low Ponytail. At the Jon Foreman show in Nashville at Trevecca University. Talking to a blonde girl after the show. Help me find this girl!!!
Not giving up… I am determined to find this girl. If you go to college in the Nashville area, I need your help! Get in touch with me!
Chase Coy checked in with his Twitter and Facebook followers the last few days as he hits the studio with Ty and Trey Turner of the Fort Myers, Florida pop duo The Icarus Account. Coy, who self-released his latest album ‘Indiana Sun’ in April, writes:
Starting to record with The Icarus Account tomorrow for their next full-length album. Really excited to focus on somebody else’s ups and downs in love instead of mine for a month. We have a great bunch of songs, and I’m sure it’s going to turn out great!
I love The Icarus Account because they bring chocolate to the studio. Oh and I guess they make good music too. :P
Day 2 of tracking with The Icarus Account. Taking a break for my neighbor to finish mowing his lawn lol.
Chase Coy checked in with his Twitter followers (@chasecoy) earlier this week, talking about his upcoming album ‘Indiana Sun’. The Greenwood, Indiana singer songwriter writes:
In my opinion, Indiana Sun is my most upbeat album to date. April 12 is the release date, mark your calendars!
Some track titles off the upcoming album: Mallory, Angel, and Love in the Present Tense.
Just finished tracking some new stuff for the album. @zacharytoddbarr is such a beast at guitar, prepare to have your faces melted off.
Chase Coy checked in from Village Recorder Studios with Colbie Caillat in a video at his YouTube channel. “We just put the finishing touches on the last song from my album ‘Picturesque’, which comes out soon,” Chase said, asking Colbie how she thought the ‘If The Moon Fell Down’ recording session went. “I think the song’s beautiful,” Caillat said. “I think wait for you guys to hear it. I can’t wait for you guys to hear his album. You should definitely check it out.” Watch the intro and highlights from the recording session via YouTube below the cut. (more…)
NJ.com spoke with Chase Coy as he prepares to make his major label debut with the album ‘Picturesque’, hitting stores Tuesday (June 1). The same day, he’ll be performing at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, New Jersey. The 19-year-old singer songwriter, who still lives with his parents, talked about the advantages of not having his own place. “It’s nice because I don’t have to pay utilities,” Coy said. “I do my own thing anyway.” Read more.