You only need to try it once and you’ll lose all your inhibitions and self-control. And that’s actually what happened when The Chase loaded up on their new single Trumpet, piled into The Marquis pub in Covent Garden, London, and instantly instigated chaos among revellers who included members of other righteous rock ‘n’ rollers including The Rifles, San Quentin, Maze, JW Paris, The Skinner Brothers and A.R.T.

The Chase front man Tyler Heaney says, “Chaos in abundance is the best way to describe the video shoot, it was bouncing in the pub, even the ‘meat head’ couldn’t resist a blow on the Trumpet! A huge thank you to everyone involved, especially Tommy at The Marquis for letting us run riot! A cheeky bit of Trumpet never hurt anyone!”

Continuing the legacy established by the likes of The Specials, The Beat and The Dead 60s, Trumpet is a ludicrously fun burst of ska rhythms and indie-punk vitality which makes a fresh case for The Chase’s rising status.

The Chase was founded by the Heaney brothers; the fiery, flamboyant vocalist and guitarist Tyler and drummer Dion. Their Scottish father introduced them to everything from The Beatles to Oasis to N.E.R.D. while the sound of their mother’s roots in St. Kitts and Nevis adds a vibrant set of influences to set them apart from the pack. Formed on a council estate in Nottingham, the brothers added Luke Childs (bass) and James Cahill (keys) to complete the line-up and as their sound evolves in surprising new directions with every release.



Date Venue
Fri 1st Bridlington Spa
Sat 2nd Deadwax Birmingham
Sat 9th Cafe Indie Scunthorpe
Sat 23rd Real Time Music Chesterfield
Fri 29th Amersham Arms London


Date Venue
Fri 27th Ku.Bar Stockton-on-Tees


Date Venue
Fri 8th The Boulevard Wigan

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