Chaser anounces ‘Look Alive’ 7” out Worldwide on September 4
100% of the band’s proceeds from record sales will be donated to Equal Justice Initiative, Educational First Steps, Crisis Aid International, and Surfrider Foundation!
California skatepunk unit Chaser is thrilled to announce the release of ‘Look Alive’, a new 7-inch including 2 exclusive songs. Due out September 4, this new offering will be available worldwide in 4 different color variants via Thousand Islands Records (Canada), Sound Speed Records (USA), SBAM Records (Europe) and Pee Records (Australia). Limited to 333 copies with pre-orders going live on July 31.
Chaser will donate 100% of the band’s proceeds from record sales to 4 organizations, one for each color variant. Here’s what Jesse had to say about the charity aspect of ‘Look Alive’:
“Our proceeds from the record will be donated to 4 carefully handpicked charitable organizations: Equal Justice Initiative, Educational First Steps, Crisis Aid International, and Surfrider Foundation. 2020 has been a year like no other. In the face of such unprecedented crises, one’s impact feels further minimized. However, if we have learned anything from these experiences, it is that we are all in this together and have a responsibility to do our part. At the minimum, manage what we can control.”
Stay tuned as more details about the ‘Look Alive’ 7” and new music will soon be revealed.
‘Look Alive’ 7” tracklist:
‘Look Alive’ (Side A)
‘Found Myself Again’ (Side B)
Comprised of Mike LeDonne (singer), Jesse Stopnitzky (bassist/vocals), Bill Hockmuth (guitarist) and Davey Guy (drums), Chaser shares the same love for punk rock as the rest of us, hoping to make a difference. For the last two years, Chaser toured internationally, playing some of the biggest punk festivals in Europe and Canada. They quickly developed a reputation of a “can’t miss” live show and rightfully earned main stage festival time slots. In 2018, Chaser released, ‘Sound The Sirens’, on Effervescence Records. With over 500 vinyl LP’s and 1,000 CD’s sold, it was voted by fans as a top punk album of the year. For Chaser, it was a return to the basics of what started it all for them.
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