After three long years, Chaser Eight has been reborn.
This, after dying an unexpected death in 2016.
After 6 EPs, 5 standalone singles, and an eponymous full length album – the band found themselves without a rhythm section.
It was time to go back to the drawing board and search for new members.
Their search for new members culminated in 2018 with the additions of Brennan DiLernia (bass), Eliav Nachmani (drums), and Jess Wolfer (backing vocals). The trio weren’t simply brought on to replace the previous members, however, they were to play a pivotal role in the musical reinvention of the band.
The result is a new sound that’s still alternative rock, but markedly different from previous Chaser Eight efforts, with the band’s new roster being the catalyst for the change.
Chaser Eight’s new sound can be heard on the band’s new album, Tell Me Lies, released on October 18, 2019.
This is the new Chaser Eight – reborn, reinvented, and reinvigorated.
"Playing With Fire" - From the LP Tell Me Lies, released October 18, 2019
"The Bell Jar" - From the LP Tell Me Lies, released October 18, 2019
"The Way I’m Feeling" - From the LP Tell Me Lies, released October 18, 2019
"I Wanna Die" - From the LP Chaser Eight, released 2015
"Lightning" - Official video, 2016
"I Wanna Die" - Official video, 2015
“The Bell Jar” - Live from Toad’s Place, New Haven. December 28, 2017
"I Wanna Die" - Live from Radio 104 Fest, Hartford, CT. November 13, 2015
"Reader's Pick for Best Emerging Alt Rock/Garage Act of 2016 & 2017" - The Deli Magazine
"Their music rocks pretty damn hard... (with) a sound that's as well rounded and polished as some of the most popular rock bands touring this planet, like the Foo Fighters." - The Revue
"Chaser Eight has gained a reputation for straight-forward, kick-ass tunes, and a stage show that gets in your face, and pumps your fist." - PensEyeView.com
"The impressive pipes of frontwoman *AUDRA* make a distinct impression right out of the gate, but the four men who back her are no slouches. The interplay is tight and the band's ambitions are large." - PopMatters
"Chaser Eight has been a staple in the Connecticut music scene and on Homebrew for the past couple of years and they keep getting better and better. Between *AUDRA*'s catchy vocals and those killer guitar hooks, their sound is just infectious." - Emily Napierski, Homebrew Host & Producer, Radio 104.1 WMRQ