Chase Atlantic are releasing their third studio album Beauty In Death on March 5, 2021 via Fearless Records. The band has always released bangers and this effort is no different. From the first song “Paranoid,” to the title track and album closer “Beauty in Death,” there’s a range of emotion that perfectly encapsulates Chase Atlantic at their core.

Chase Atlantic cannot be put into a single genre box. Even though the songs are all different, they’re cohesive and create a beautiful experience. Even though drugs are a main theme in their music, it’s more of a sense of release from the world, which is notable in “Out the Roof.” The instrumentals form together to create a narrative of rising up and feeling on top of the world. You’ll hear what a standard band would have, such as guitars and drums, but they also included classical instruments like flute and clarinets, showcasing their diversity as a group.

Housing the title track at the end of the album is not unheard of, but it’s a statement. “Beauty in Death” is the last attempt at making an impression on the listener, and it did just that. The song envelops the entirety of the album and Chase Atlantic as a whole. The emotional depth starts with the instrumentals and a synth downbeat that moves into the smooth vocals of Mitchel Cave. The mixture of Cave’s vocal range with the instrumentation creates a sense of euphoria. “Beauty in Death” focuses on the death of sadness along with living in the moment with one another.

Beauty In Death has a multitude of interesting components and will pull older fans together, while creating the opportunity for new ones to discover the trio. Death In Beauty is for those who like to be kept on their toes, and enjoy living through the euphoric feelings that Chase Atlantic portrays.

Preorder the new album from Chase Atlantic, Beauty In Death

TAGS: Chase Atlantic | Fearless Records

Sammi Mika

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