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“It's no wonder Chasing the Sky promises to become "the soundtrack to the most intimate moments of your life". It's carefully crafted, high-energy sound pulls from modern pop-rock and indie influences and often veers into ballad territory, featuring soaring vocals and heartbreakingly beautiful lyrics that aim to reveal each listener's story.”
“[The Empty Chair is] a worthy album to check out ... Chasing the Sky meshes incisive alt-rock with pop hooks amid somewhat moody lyrics that flow together well.”
“ What makes [Chasing the sky so appealing is] ballad-heavy music with varying degrees of rock. “A Certain Degree” brings the work forward on almost a 90s alternative rock foot. “The Glass Winter” almost channels a band like The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus. “Beautiful, Broken Thing”, “Satellites” and “William (Forever Lost)” usher the listener out on an impressive note.” ”
"Chasing the Sky makes well-crafted, pop-inflected rock with terrific harmonies in edgy songs that build to dynamic, inviting crescendos."
"Chasing the Sky's new album, The Empty Chair, is one you should not miss. All the tracks are obviously well written with story in mind. They stand up beautifully against the bands they look to for inspiration such as 30 Seconds to Mars, Paramore, MuteMath, Third Eye Blind, and the Beatles. Kudos to Chasing the Sky for making it happen."
"You guys use a combination of melody and well-phrased syllabic genius to dish out an onslaught of auditory justice."
"Are you guys famous yet? When are you going to buy me a beach house?"