From the first bass tones of “Both of Us”, the opener of Will the Sun Ever Come Back, it is clear that the latest release from Chase Huglin will be solid.
Due for release on May 18th, 2018 through InVogue Records, Will the Sun Ever Come Back illustrates that Huglin has advanced the acoustic singer/songwriter genre in a positive way, carrying the torch forward from such luminaries as The Rocket Summer, The Lyndsay Diaries and even Dashboard Confessional.
Both musically and lyrically the Fort Wayne, Indiana native makes a contribution to the musical landscape relevant to 2018, yet sharing emotional themes such as longing and heartbreak with his forerunners (see “June Bug”).
After a recent collaboration with Cam Smith on Hotel Books’ most recent release, Huglin worked with the producer of Smith’s Hotel Books effort Nick Ingram on Will the Sun Ever Come Back.
Quickly becoming a touring veteran after sharing the stage with the likes of Aaron West and Homesafe, Huglin will again hit the road for a string of dates at the end of May covering Illinois, Tennesee, North Carolina and Virginia. Hopefully he’ll see the sun along the way.
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