Nashville based artist Briston Maroney has recently released a new single titled “Chattanooga”, alongside with a music video. The song follows “Steve’s First Bruise”, with both the singles from his double A-side Miracle Singles series, which was recorded in London with producer Jim Abbiss, who worked with such successful artists as Adele.
In the video, the singer finds himself at a grade school science fair in a enigmatic American town, called Chattanooga, which gives the name to the song. The video features mysterious staring students of the school, while guitar riffs constantly accompany the singer’s powerfull voice. The rock vibes, which characterises the entire song, reach an energetic peak at the end of the video, when the singer skydives accompained by strong instrumentals.
“Chattanooga,” and “Steve’s First Bruise” have both been released during Maroney’s international Autumn tour, which saw him play sold out shows in New York City and Los Angeles and a highly anticipated set at Austin City Limits Festival.
Maroney and his band are set to kick off their first set of headline dates across the UK, including a London concert at The Lexington on the 28th of October. Afterwards, they are about to headline live showsat Pitchfork Festival in Paris and in other venues across the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.
Watch the video for “Chattanooga” below: