Alt-Pop Breakthrough Artist Chris Anthony Releases “Get Away”

Nashville, Tenn. (June 19, 2020) – Alt-pop breakthrough artist, Chris Anothony, releases new single Get Away. Taking inspiration from artists such as Jeremy Zucker, the song goes through the thought process of someone who is trying to define a relationship in their own head, as they struggle to engage the other person. This DTR track is a light summer dance record, relatable to all audiences, and great for any playlist.

Chris Anthony

In the past, Anthony has had the opportunity to collaborate with Warren Russell, guitarist for Christian French, and is currently creating music with LA producer Bardo, who has worked with rising talent such as Trevor Daniel. Anthony is currently paving his own way though, amassing more than 10,000 Instagram followers on his own.

To keep up Chris Anthony’s music and latest thrift store finds, follow him on all streaming platforms and social media including InstagramFacebook, and Tik Tok.

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