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Chaz Cardigan's New EP, "Holograma" Set for October 22 Release

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Chaz Cardigan has announced the October 22 release of his new eight-track EP, Holograma, and shared the single “Room.”

September 24, 2020


Chaz Cardigan has announced the October 22 release of his new eight-track EP, Holograma, and shared the single “Room.” A dreamy slow-burner lit up in lush string arrangements, “Room” lures the listener into Chaz’s starry-eyed memory of the bedroom of his first love.



“When we started writing ‘Room,’ it just snapped me back into being 16. I realized that feeling of being in love for the first time is something I’ve been chasing for so long,” says Chaz Cardigan, who penned the track with ROBOPOP (Maroon 5, Lana Del Rey), who also produced, and Jon Green (James Bay, Kylie Minogue). “We really dug deep and tried to make it as tactile and specific as possible, with lots of little details, like the map of Ecuador he had on his wall.”

With the arrival of his acclaimed 2020 EP Vulnerabilia, Chaz proved his talent for turning his deepest insecurities into wildly cathartic pop songs. Featuring his smash single “Not OK!” – a top 20 hit on Alternative Radio – Vulnerabilia found Chaz opening up about his panic disorder while also building a high-energy but beautifully nuanced sound. Billboard hailed him as a “certified 21st century pop artist and Flaunt observed, “Chaz injects emotion and feeling into his music, priding himself in the quality of his lyrics.” On Holograma, Chaz makes a new leap in what he calls “cracking codes to emotion,” sharing a batch of songs that show remarkable growth in both his life and his music.

“All of the songs are about looking back on old memories and re-contextualizing them, seeing everything in a new light now that I know myself better and I’m way more secure in who I am,” says the Nashville-based 25-year-old. “The songs came from the shifting of ideas and shifting of perceptions, and I saw them as these iridescent, shimmering colors, like a hologram.”






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Chaz Cardigan's New EP, "Holograma" Set for October 22 Release

September 24, 2020

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Chaz Cardigan has announced the October 22 release of his new eight-track EP, Holograma, and shared the single “Room.”

Chaz Cardigan has announced the October 22 release of his new eight-track EP, Holograma, and shared the single “Room.” A dreamy slow-burner lit up in lush string arrangements, “Room” lures the listener into Chaz’s starry-eyed memory of the bedroom of his first love.



“When we started writing ‘Room,’ it just snapped me back into being 16. I realized that feeling of being in love for the first time is something I’ve been chasing for so long,” says Chaz Cardigan, who penned the track with ROBOPOP (Maroon 5, Lana Del Rey), who also produced, and Jon Green (James Bay, Kylie Minogue). “We really dug deep and tried to make it as tactile and specific as possible, with lots of little details, like the map of Ecuador he had on his wall.”

With the arrival of his acclaimed 2020 EP Vulnerabilia, Chaz proved his talent for turning his deepest insecurities into wildly cathartic pop songs. Featuring his smash single “Not OK!” – a top 20 hit on Alternative Radio – Vulnerabilia found Chaz opening up about his panic disorder while also building a high-energy but beautifully nuanced sound. Billboard hailed him as a “certified 21st century pop artist and Flaunt observed, “Chaz injects emotion and feeling into his music, priding himself in the quality of his lyrics.” On Holograma, Chaz makes a new leap in what he calls “cracking codes to emotion,” sharing a batch of songs that show remarkable growth in both his life and his music.

“All of the songs are about looking back on old memories and re-contextualizing them, seeing everything in a new light now that I know myself better and I’m way more secure in who I am,” says the Nashville-based 25-year-old. “The songs came from the shifting of ideas and shifting of perceptions, and I saw them as these iridescent, shimmering colors, like a hologram.”


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