Chase Rice to release his new single “If I Were Rock & Roll” off his upcoming album


Chase Rice is releasing his latest single today, Friday (October 8th) called “If I Were Rock & Roll.”  Chase wrote the song solo during quarantine, and it’s the first new music off his upcoming album called Intertwined, which will be released on November 5th.

Chase said, “The night I wrote this song, I decided to take a break from social media, so instead of aimlessly scrolling like most nights, I put Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You documentary on my living room TV. His song ‘If I Was the Priest’ stood out to me and got me thinking about my own relationship with Jesus and all of the things I love in life; Country music, NASCAR, my friends and family. I picked up a guitar and wrote ‘If I Were Rock & Roll’ alone in that moment. No track and no cowriters meant I had no choice to focus on the lyrics and lean into what is real to me.”

“If I Were Rock & Roll” is the followup to Chase’s latest chart-topping hit, “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen.,” featuring Florida Georgia Line.  You can download If I Were Rock & Roll at Apple Music and Spotify here.

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Source: New Country 93

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