We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Henry Chadwick’s lyric video for his song “Wrong Way” (watch it below). The track is taken from his forthcoming album Marlin Fisher, which is scheduled to be released on August 31, 2018. You can pre-order the album here.
Henry Chadwick commented on the song:
This was the first song we recorded for the record. It’s one of my favorites on the album, and one of my favorites to play live.. Sort of cathartic, if you will. I think it’s got a cool mix of chaotic, fuzzy strangeness, and a semi-soothing, melodic chorus. It’s about being in a bad headspace and ultimately taking a breath and moving on. I played all the instruments on this one, except a slide guitar part at the end, which was executed beautifully by the producer, Rob Schnapf. I made the lyric video using an app on my iPhone, called Stop Motion. The art is sort of scrappy, but hopefully in a cool way. I think it fits the song well. Hope you enjoy!
August 2nd – Frog And Peach – San Luis Obispo, CA
August 3rd – The Catalyst, Atrium – Santa Cruz, CA (opening for Whiskerman)
August 10th – The Saint – Reno, NV
August 18th – Love Song Bar – Los Angeles, CA (LA Record Release Show)
August 25th – The Crepe Place – Santa Cruz, CA (Santa Cruz Record Release Show)
August 30th – Smiley’s Schooner Saloon – Bolinas, CA
August 31st – The Dip – Redding, CA
September 1st – Oberon’s – Ashland, OR
September 2nd – Strum – Portland, OR
September 4th – Central Saloon, Seattle, WA
September 5th – LaurelThirst – Portland, OR
September 6th – Axe & Fiddle – Cottage Grove, OR
September 8th – Amnesia – San Francisco, CA
About the artist:
Henry Chadwick’s debut EP, Guest at Home, which was released in 2016, garnered critical acclaim from the likes of Rolling Stone, Time Magazine, Huffington Post, Paste Magazine, No Depression, Indie Shuffle, Big Takeover, and Impose….just to name a few. His breakout single “Alright,” has reached over 100,000 plays on Spotify, and he shows no sign of slowing down.
Teaming up on the new record with legendary producer, Rob Schnapf, who has worked with Elliot Smith, Kurt Vile, Beck and The Vines to name a few, Henry is about to share his most impressive breath of work to date. “Rob has been a part of some of my favorite records, and I had a feeling that he would be able to help take my songs where I wanted them to go,” he shares.
In late 2017 Henry entered the studio with Rob and engineer, Brian Rosemeyer, and emerged with Henry’s most personal and ambitious effort to date. Henry acted as a multi-instrumentalist again, playing drums, guitar, bass and keys on the record. The 11-song album is named after Henry’s two middle names, Marlin Fisher. The songs have been brought to life for the stage with his 4-piece band, consisting of Eddie Curzon (guitar), Zach Scott (bass) and Anders Cochran (drums).
Henry’s music dances between genres and time zones, citing influences old and new (The Kinks, T. Rex, The Strokes, Courtney Barnett, etc.) while maintaining a consistent sound that is all his own. He makes catchy, thoughtful and energetic music with a laid back Californian style and charm which will have you head over heels for the emerging artist.