Chances just released their latest and fourth single, “Fire To Go” which will be released on their debut album Traveler, out April 27th. “Fire To Go” is a post break-up track, however you won’t find any self loathing on this track. The track starts off with sounds of a funky electronic keyboard and transitions in the soothing vocals of Chances. Chances tackles the breakdown of a relationship by saying “You watch the uncertain waters below, the wind sweeping across the horizon, the sky is a wild mess of greys and blues. You feel like you’ve been here before, standing on this very same edge, and yet you know it is a foreign territory. You have no idea how this will go, or where you’ll end up.” Chances is not speaking on the uncertainty of themselves, they are speaking of the uncertainty of the other person. With “Fire To Go,” Chances reclaims the power, which I think is great as this song is applicable to many situations. Be sure to look out for Chances debut album here.

Tour Dates
April 26th – Phi Centre, Montreal
May 3rd – Le District, Quebec City
May 8th – This Ain’t Hollywood, Hamilton (with The Ferns and Calcedon)
May 9th – The Burdock, Toronto (with Chelsea Reed/David Macmichael)
May 10th – National Arts Centre, Ottawa

Abby Trapp

Abby Trapp

Writer/Photographer at Imperfect Fifth
Abby is an alumna of UMKC and holds a BA in Communications with an emphasis journalism/mass media. She is currently seeking her Master's of Education (TESL) at Avila University. In her free time she enjoys going to the gym, playing piano, and spending time with her chihuahua.
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