CHASE BRYANT SHARES HIS SUMMERVILLE EP, THE FIRST INSTALLMENT OF HIS 5-EP COLLECTION

Bryant to release four additional EPs this year, each representing a different period of his life 

Today (1.19) Chase Bryant shares his Summerville EP, which People Magazine has already hailed as a “sonic stunner.” Named after his wife’s hometown of Summerville, SC, and co-written with collaborators including Tommy Lee James (Reba McEntire, Tim McGraw), Ryan Beaver (Ashley Monroe, Blake Shelton) and Joe Clemmons (Gabby Barrett, Ryan Hurd), Bryant fully produced and played every instrument across the entire EP. 


The sunny six-track EP opens a welcome new chapter in Bryant’s musical journey. The collection’s lead single “I Still Do” sees him at his most ferocious with a yearning vocal and unrelenting riff, while the breezy summer jam “She’s Just Like That” is his direct tribute to his wife Selena, comparing her to the best song to ever get stuck in his head. “Don’t Forget About Me” plays like a love ballad on the surface, but in reality, it’s Bryant’s plea to the Nashville music industry to see him as an individual vs. grouping him with every other singer.

Listen to Summerville here

SUMMERVILLE EP TRACKLIST

  1. I Still Do (Chase Bryant, Ryan Beaver, Joe Clemmons)
  2. Over You By Now (Bryant, Neil Medley)
  3. Don’t Forget About Me (Bryant, Tommy Lee James)
  4. She’s Just Like That (Bryant, Medley, Paul Sikes) 
  5. Used To Be (Bryant, Luke Preston)
  6. I Hope You Do (Bryant, Nate Miles, Andrew Stoelzing)

CHASE BRYANT UPCOMING EP RELEASE SCHEDULE

Summerville – January 19th

Ashland City – April 12th

Cayo del Grullo – July 19th

Clio – October 11th

Avery Park – January 10th, 2025

“I Still Do” OUT NOW

Artist, writer, and producer Chase Bryant shares his much-anticipated return with his rock-influenced new single, “I Still Do.” Co-written by Bryant, Ryan Beaver (Ashley Monroe, Blake Shelton) and Joe Clemmons (Gabby Barrett, Ryan Hurd), the track showcases his “hard-edged voice and significant guitar chops” (Billboard Country Update) that encapsulated fans and critics alike on his 2021 return to country music.

Driven by Bryant’s signature hard-hitting guitar style, the nostalgic track feels reminiscent of a breezy summer day as Bryant reflects on a past love, wondering if she feels the same.

“I Still Do” is the first taste of Bryant’s exciting upcoming project — stay tuned for more to come in 2024.