Friday, October 14, 2022 - 5:45pm

“Hurt No More” Comes Off the Heels of Wright Being Named SiriusXM’s
Newest “
Highway Find” Early Last Month
Accompanying Music Video to Premiere Exclusively on PEOPLE,
Next Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 10am CT

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Off the heels of being named SiriusXM’s newest “Highway Find” early last month, rising singer-songwriter and Indiana native Chase Wright continues the momentum of a breakthrough year with the release of his latest track Hurt No More.”

Written by Kane Brown, Jeremy Bussey, Ben Johnson, Taylor Philips and Wright,  “Hurt No More” details the inner turmoil of longing for a past love, while simultaneously acknowledging its toxic effects. Wright, dubbed a 2022 Artist to Watch by Spotify, takes listeners on an emotional rollercoaster, toggling the line between self-destruction and self-preservation.

            Yeah, baby I could let you start
            Pouring that gas, striking that match
            Setting this bed on fire
            Shutting those blinds, hitting rewind
            And go where we ain’t been in a while
            I could kiss you once, forget the past
            Act like this time’s gonna last
            And I could, and I would
            Let you walk back through that door
            But I don’t want to hurt no more…

“Getting out of toxic relationships has always been hard for me, so I wanted to write a song that shows the other side of that goodbye. In “Hurt No More” the subject of the song is finally calling it quits to their toxic back and forth. I hope this song empowers, and inspires listeners to do the same.”

After being discovered posting covers on Instagram, then ASCAP executive Robert Filhart invited Wright to Music City for an ASCAP songwriters’ workshop where he met many of his future collaborators. He began making monthly trips to town to write and eventually would sign his first publishing deal with Toby and Molly Music before graduating from college. The finance major would go on to sign with Filhart and Clint Higham at Morris Higham for management. From Instagram to life on the road, Wright spent 2021 on a 12-city headlining trek for Tin Roof’s “Nashville Hit the Roof” Series. He kicked off a headlining run of shows on Sept. 30 in Bristol, Tenn. which continues through next month.

The artist Billboard noted “continues to impress with original material” released debut album Intertwined last year. Produced by Jared Keim and Zach Abend, tracks like  “Lying With You,” which has been getting airplay on SiriusXM The Highway’s On The Horizon show,  “Hangin’ On” and “What She Sees In Me” join fan-favorites on the album, including “Why Should We,” Wright’s debut single “My Kinda Morning” which MusicRow celebrated for its “melodies wrapped in spacious production, and rap-inspired cadences,” “Wish You’d Miss Me” that Country Now called “the quintessential heartbreak ballad” and “Drive” which led Sounds Like Nashville to implore listeners to “get in early with…this promising young artist.”

Upcoming Tour Dates
10/22     The Nash News Presents: 
Live Country Music at Cowboy Up         Greenville, SC                             
11/3       The Whiskey Baron                                                                            Colorado Springs, CO
11/4       Warehouse 25 Sixty-Five                                                                    Grand Junction, CO
11/5        Sundance Steakhouse & Saloon                                                         Fort Collins, CO

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About Chase Wright:
Chase Wright is doing more than make his childhood dreams come true: he’s introducing himself as a bold new Nashville artist with a freewheeling approach to genre, firm footing in relatable storytelling and soft spot for big choruses. Respect for country music’s way around a story without feeling beholden to it defines the Indiana native’s energetic songs, which rely on electric loops and pop-rock chords alongside more traditional sounds made from steel strings and wood. It’s a confident blend that belies the fact that 26-year-old Chase first picked up a guitar as a freshman track star at DePauw University. After graduating with a degree in economics, Chase packed his bags for Nashville, where he has since earned a publishing deal with Toby & Molly Music and signed with Morris Higham for management. Named a Spotify Hot Country Artist to Watch for 2022, fans have been streaming his music to the tune of 120 million times. Wright’s debut album Intertwined is available now.

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Media Contacts for Chase Wright:
Ebie McFarland | Joseph Conner
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