Unveils Full Album Stream
via idobi Radio

Due Out February 16th

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“…an alt-pop delight…”

“…the pop songs you need—no, the pop songs you deserve.” 

“…a power-pop outfit bursting with talent you need to hear…”

“Club-ready indie rock… polished musicianship and contemporary swagger.”

“…​a lush brand of pop rock similar to that of The 1975 and Palewaves.”

(New York, NY) Alt-pop trio Thrillchaser is excited to unveil a full stream of their new album A Lot Like Love today. Often compared to the likes of The 1975 and Pale Waves, the band has shown tremendous growth in their sound since releasing music under their previous moniker American Wolves.To hear all 10 tracks two days in advance of the release, head over to idobi Radio now, here: The record officially hits stores and streaming services on Friday, February 16th and is available for pre-orderhere:

Recently, Thrillchaser unleashed their lyric video for “Wildflower” on Earmilk. The publication dubbed the track “‘an alt-pop delight, an upbeat love song that evokes feelings of summer in the dead of winter.” To wrap up 2017, the band teamed up with PopMatters to unveil “Hold On To The Night” – their first official music video since their return. PopMatters classified the track as “a club-ready indie rock tune outfitted with polished musicianship and contemporary swagger.” The single was the second to be released off their forthcoming album A Lot Like Love which was produced by Taylor Larson (Asking Alexandria, Periphery, The Dangerous Summer). Prior to that, Thrillchaser launched all new social media accounts with the release of their single “Emptiness.” The lyric video premiered exclusively on Substream Magazine and in only 3 weeks, the band gained over 10.1K fans on Facebook. Their following across their other socials are equally as impressive – 31.4K fans on Instagram and 62.4K fans on Twitter.

As American Wolves, their hit single “Part Of Me” premiered on Billboard and quickly went viral, receiving over 350,000 views on YouTube and over 750,000 plays on Spotify. The stripped down version of the track was later launched on Alternative Press.

Now, as Thrillchaser, they’re set on making their mark and proving that they aren’t going anywhere this time.

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