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SONG REVIEW: CHASE THE HORSEMAN, “RIPCHORD”

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Chase the Horseman, stage name of Chase Horseman (get it?), has just premiered a beautifully jaunty new track. “Ripchord” tears right to the point, wasting no time on introductions. A song that rings of tumultuous times and insecurities. The human condition.

Horseman, being a talented multi-instrumentalist himself, recruited a star-studded team on this track. Horseman playing 12-string guitars, various keyboards, and more himself sets only the foundation. Fritz Hutchison brings in his drumming expertise and Heidi Lynne Gluck plucks away on the bass. “Ripchord” is a song that is sonically deep and expansive.

Protip: listen through good headphones.

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