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Chase Bryant Wants Less ‘Room to Breathe’

By Amanda Wicks

Chase Bryant will be releasing his debut studio album later this year, and today he shared its first single “Room to Breathe.”

Related: Chase Bryant Announces 2016 Tour Dates

To mark the single’s release, Bryant filmed a lyric video that finds him singing the song in black and white. He sits on a plush couch with his bowtie undone while his date gets undressed in the background. He turns the song’s title on its head and instead of begging for room to breathe, he wants nothing but to get closer. Bryant is willing to trade in his freedom to be with the girl who has swept him away.

“Girl, I’ve always been one of those guys/ Never want to be tied down/ Oh but girl you got me now/ I don’t ever want to be independent, single, free/ Come on over here to me, never leave,” he sings on the second verse.

The up-tempo country song contains a strong rock line running through its center, especially when Bryant performs a wailing guitar solo at the halfway point.

Check out Bryant’s latest below.

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