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Thank you for the Two Homes One Heart official music video! Please drop the link to the new music here:

What is the importance of lyrical value and how that ties into the video?

I feel like lyrics are the meat and potatoes of the song. No matter how simple or complex they are, the lyrics should always be telling a story.

Have you made any transitions in the way you write your music?

I’ve had to catch myself writing in a business mindset (what’s gonna sell) compared to writing from the heart, which is what I should always be doing. With this song I definitely didn’t care about streams or followers, but more so getting this story out to help and relate to listeners.

Who or what inspired you to write this music and release the video?

It literally just came out of me one day while I was going through some grief about the subject. As for the video, I give all that credit to my videographers at Blooming Seed Media!

Do you think it’s important to change the way you write or the way you think about writing as you grow in your career?

Absolutely! You have to constantly evolve and grow or you’ll lose momentum. Right now I’m working on doing more co-writing with other people!

Who championed this video release?

My videographers Mikey and Zoey at Blooming Seed Media!

How are you championing yourself as you release the new music video?

By letting go of attachment to outcome when it comes to views or publicity. I’m using more time now to work and improve my craft instead of worrying about numbers.

Socials please and thank YOU!

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Born in New Bern, NC and raised down a 7 mile dirt road deep in the woods, Chris Hollacheck grew up in the kind of setting you’d picture being in a country song. His musical journey started very early when he learned cello at 3 years old! Chris has also played piano, trumpet, baritone, and bass guitar and performed singing and acting in numerous plays all before the age of 18. After graduating high school, he picked up guitar in college at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. It was there that he discovered his passion for songwriting and singing country music. Once he graduated college, he moved to Nashville in 2014. After a couple years of playing open mics and writer rounds and working odd jobs, Chris decided to leave Nashville and travel the country. He started venturing in Florida and then Texas, where he played more frequent shows and gained a diverse group of fans. During this time, he released his first radio single “Knotty Thing” in January 2019.

After 2 years in Texas, he decided to move back to Nashville where he ended up taking his music further.

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