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Chase Matthew 'Come Get Your Memory' Album Review

Chase Matthew is ready to capture attention with his major label debut album Come Get Your Memory. The "County Line" singer seems to have all the makings of a country star: confidence, energy, and a voice perfect for radio. Co-writing nearly every track, the new 25-song album will leave everyone talking about this rising talent.

The project begins with "Blink." It's a reflective look back on the town that made him who he is today. Complete with lyrics about friends, hanging in the outskirts, and good times, Matthew lets listeners know what he's all about. "Outlaw Gospel" is another heavy-hitting country track. Mathew's voice vibrates through every line steeped in backroad devotion. "I find God when it rains on a tin roof / Gets me back to my roots / Somewhere down a two-lane blacktop / It leans out to a no-name road / Where we find every way we that can get lost / Running all night till we made it back home."


There is no shortage of heartbreak songs for someone to jam out to. "Never Change" has a pounding chorus that echoes someone who feels betrayed. "You said you loved me / But did you mean it? / Said I'm your only / And I believed it." "Somebody Else's Truck" was co-written by HARDY, Conner Smith, Hunter Phelps, Ashley Gorley, and Ben Johnson. With that many hitmakers, this tune certainly stands out. It identifies with the feeling that the person you once loved is long gone with someone else.