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North Haven, Connecticut rock quintet Chaser Eight craft epic and moody rock that recalls the grandeur of David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, The Doors, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, The Killers, and even Lana Del Rey. The group boasts bluesy and richly expressive vocals, mesmerizingly textured guitar playing, and a dynamic and imaginative rhythm section. Their third EP, At the 426, was released October 1, 2013 and is an homage to their home/recording studio/band clubhouse. This EP is a series of dichotomies, those best shown by the evolution of the four new original songs showcased on At the 426. Opening with "Never Enough," the band helps every scorned lover finally get over their relationship. Following up with "One Love", the band helps the same scorned lover know there's hope for them. "Heart to Heart" accepts that we all have differences, but can we make them work? And "Run, Run" leaves no doubt.
Chaser Eight has opened for The London Souls and The Radiators, and has headlined sold-out shows in Connecticut and New York City. The quintet’s music has been played, and is in heavy rotation, on Connecticut radio stations 99.1 WPLR and Radio 104.1. Currently, the group is featured in the pitching catalog of an esteemed film and TV synch-licensing publishing house, APM Music. The band recently made its TV debut, performing two songs on WTNH's Connecticut Style Stage 8. In addition, *AUDRA* had the remarkable distinction of auditioning three songs to The Rolling Stones’ iconic former manager, Andrew Loog Oldham.