Singer, songwriter, LILHUDDY (aka Chase Hudson) releases his highly-anticipated debut album Teenage Heartbreak. The album includes previously released singles “21st Century Vampire,” “The Eulogy Of You and Me,” “America’s Sweetheart,” and “Don’t Freak Out” featuring iann dior, All-American Rejects’ front man Tyson Ritter and Travis Barker, as well as eight more brand-new tracks. Teenage Heartbreak is full of power punk anthems and is a culmination of LILHUDDY’s signature style cultivated by the raw and restless angst of post-internet era adolescence. The album is available now at all digital retail providers via Polydor Records. See full track listing below.
LILHUDDY says about the album, “I could not be more excited to finally release my very first album, ‘Teenage Heartbreak’! I worked so hard to put together a project that I feel perfectly represents who I am as an artist, and I hope to be able to connect with my fans on a deeper level through each song. Thank you to everyone who has been so supportive throughout this entire journey so far. This is only just the beginning!”
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In addition, LILHUDDY released the music video for his new single “Partycrasher,” which is also included on the album. The music video is a perfect depiction of the song title, as it shows what it would be like to crash a party from Chase’s point of view.
LILHUDDY hit the ground running with the release of his first single “21st Century Vampire”, which has amassed over 35 million streams worldwide and over 10 million video views to date (Click HERE). “21st Century Vampire” marked LILHUDDY’s musical introduction with a sound that is a perfect hybrid of pop, punk, and alternative with an underlying message encouraging authenticity and self-acceptance. His second single, “The Eulogy Of You and Me” (Click HERE) was co-written by Chase along with Nick Long, Jake Torrey, as well as Andrew Goldstein and Travis Barker who also produced the track. Shortly after, Chase dropped his third single “America’s Sweetheart” along with the music video, which was directed by Sophie Muller and features Charli D’Amelio. On the day of its release, the video hit #1 on YouTube with more than 3 million views in the first 24 hours and over 5 million views in the first weekend (Click HERE). Currently, the video has over 12.7 million views and 35.2 million streams worldwide. Most recently, LILHUDDY dropped his fourth single “Don’t Freak Out” featuring iann dior, Tyson Ritter and Travis Barker along with the music video (Click HERE). The genre-blending track combines pop, punk, and hip-hop, and is LILHUDDY’s first-ever collaboration.