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Chaser looks ahead with a New Year's single

Posted Dec. 28, 2020, 2:05 p.m. in Videos by Loren
Chaser looks ahead with a New Year's single

SoCal skatepunk band Chaser has shared a new video for the sinle "2020," which officially releases on Jan. 1, 2021.

Check out the song below, then head to digital platforms for further consumption after the ball drops.

As to what "2020" is about, readers can probably make an educated guess based on name alone. But bassist Jesse Stopnitzky shares deeper thoughts about its meaning:

2020 has been a year unlike anything we’ve experienced in our lifetimes. “2020” references both the status quo of the socio-political climate, and also our 20/20 vision. Despite the progress made, it feels like we’re regressing as a society. While this song was actually written and recorded before the COVID pandemic, its meaning and relevance definitely intensified as the year progressed.

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