CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland rock band The Chestertons is in search of each alternative it may well get to carry out in Northeast Ohio.
Up to now couple of years, the band has hit loads of small venues just like the Grog Store, CODA and Mahall’s 20 Lanes. A spotlight of the previous yr was when The Chestertons opened for James McCartney on the Beachland Ballroom.
“We love enjoying anyplace,” stated singer Kevin Bianchi. “We might play in your yard in case you needed.”
The Chestertons launched its first EP, “Noise & Benediction,” this previous spring. It included 4 rock songs with robust Christian themes operating all through the lyrics.
Now, the band is releasing its latest music, titled “Coast Street,” which was combined by Relient Okay drummer Dave Douglas. The Chestertons have teamed up with cleveland.com to premiere the track, which you’ll be able to hear under.
The music got here from a private place for Bianchi. His spouse’s father was just lately recognized with Alzheimer’s, and the couple mentioned probably shifting again in together with her mother and father to assist.
“Finally it is a love track,” stated Bianchi. “It is a track of embracing the unknown and that journey however committing to doing it collectively it doesn’t matter what occurs.”
The music follows the band’s simple rock and roll strategy and will probably be part of a future album that The Chestertons will launch in Might.
At present, the band is wrapping up its manufacturing of the album, which shall be completely combined by Douglas and can embrace 9 songs. “They’re poppy, we wish to have as huge of a melody as attainable. Not a number of overproducing,” he stated. “It has been most enjoyable for us to have two guitars, drums, voices. It is far more uncooked for us.”
Thematically, all of it goes again to an concept of affection, stated Bianchi.
“Everybody appears to be involved concerning the state of the world, and we’re too clearly, however we all the time assume one of the best revolution of all is singing love songs,” stated Bianchi. “That is our protest. To sing as many love songs as potential.”