Chase Rice held back nothing on his brand new album, Lambs & Lions. The project delves into his personal life like never before, something he tells us is an easier way to share his thoughts and emotions. [“For me, it’s a lot easier for me to sit there and write an album than sit here on a couch with your girlfriend or whatever and say, ‘How was your day?’ (laughs). Sometimes that’s just the way guys are wired and that’s easy for me to just put everything out there on a record than it is to have a one-on-one conversation sometimes and that was my outlet when I started needing to have those hard conversations 10 years ago when my dad died. A lot of that stuff that life throws your way that you just shy away from and you just bury it deep inside I’ve dealt with. It’s a lot of personal stuff in my life but, hey, that’s what music’s for.”] SOUNDCUE (:37 OC: . . . what music's for.)
Chase continues climbing the charts with "Three Chords And The Truth," the debut single from Lambs & Lions.