Chapel Hart shares their album, Glory Days, officially out now, May 19th on all streaming platforms. Listen to the new album below.
The talent ladies of Chapel Hart are giving fans a real treat with their brand new album, Glory Days. The eleven track project showcases the singer-songwriters at their absolute best. With each of the songs penned by the women, Glory Days is a true embodiment of hard work, dedication, and pure talent.
“I’ve never been more excited about delivering new music to our fans,” shares Danica of Chapel Hart. “We’ve been through so much together and sharing the highs and lows of our ‘GLORY DAYS’ through song has indeed been the joy of our lives!”
Listen to the new album below!
Glory Days Track List:
Glory Days (Danica Hart, Devynn Hart, Trea Swindle, Jim Beavers)
Glory Days is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.
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Who is Chapel Hart? The trio joined us to chat about their journey to country music. Get to know the all-female, familial trio here…
Full Name – Chapel Hart (Danica Hart, Devynn Hart, Trea Swindle)
Hometown – Poplarville, Mississippi
Current City – New Orleans, Louisiana
Label – JT3D
Latest Release – “Glory Days” (*as of date of article: 03/20/2023)
Today we are excited to share the story behind the incredible all-female trio, Chapel Hart. The exciting country band is comprised of three family members, sisters Danica and Devynn Hart, and their cousin Trea Swindle. Together the ladies have created a beautiful legacy through music.
The women grew up in Poplarville, Mississippi, where music was at the forefront of each of their childhoods. “While we do have different stories, they all kind of intersect because Des is my sister and Tre’s our first cousin. We all come from the same family and we all have a very similar background,” they began. “We grew up in a very musical family. We had a huge family. My grandparents had 17 children and there are 108 cousins, and everything was surrounded by music.”
The women behind Chapel Hart even shared that in retrospect it feels like they grew up in a musical. “Anything you can name… birthdays, weddings, divorces, graduations, you name it, at some point, there was bound to be a piano to fly out of there or bucket drums, and then there was music.”
Despite listening to a bit of everything, due to their Mississippi roots, country music was the most prominent genre and influence. “We always say that there’s like a timeframe. Anywhere from 1913 to like 1980 or 90 is going to be Tre’s specialty and then all things 90s, early 2000s is me, and then Dev keeps up with all the newer stuff in country music, so we’ve got it all covered.”
The Turning Point:
While it was clear that music was each of their callings, Chapel Hart did not become what it is now until much later. “Growing up in Poplarville, Mississippi really prepared us for country music. If you were on the bus in the morning time, it was country music, if you were in school, it was country music, if you got a job and worked, it was country music,” shared the songstresses. Adding later, “We also lived those experiences.”
Chapel Hart started out in New Orleans as a duo. “It started out with just Danica and Trea kind of busking on the streets of New Orleans, so they kind of made their way around New Orleans and the music scene there,” began Devynn, “And then in 2018, I lost my job, so I didn’t really know what I was going to do, so I moved down to New Orleans and started singing with them.”
While grinding both in New Orleans and Nashville, Tennessee, doors started opening for the women. They secured a spot in CMT Next Women of Country Class of 2021 and ultimately found themselves auditioning for the popular talent show, America’s Got Talent (AGT). “We almost didn’t even audition for AGT because it has a bit of a negative stigma in the music community […] We were supposed to be traveling with the Indigo Girls, and then their camp got closed down for Covid, so we were like why not?,” explained Danica. She later added, “I always say ‘thank god that we did’ because I feel like it was the audition heard around the world.”
According to Chapel Hart, “AGT was the moment that all the grinding had led up to, it was the moment that everything exploded, and it’s starting to pay off for all the years we played the shows with 25 people there.”
Of course, America fell in love with their audition song, an original called “You Can Have Him, Jolene.” “People refer to it as a part 2 of “Jolene,” so it feels like we’re a part of country music history.”
Flash forward to the present day, Chapel Hart continues to build on the momentum that their hard work and AGT helped them build. With an album coming out soon and a tour happening now, the singer-songwriters are showing no signs of slowing down.
In order to continue to give music to fans, the women even released the tour’s namesake song, “Glory Days.” The single is a fun and relatable song that is hard not to fall in love with. “We couldn’t kick off the Glory Days Tour without at least giving the people the song that inspired it all,” shared Chapel Hart. “The song is literally about the good old days, where you sit around and talk with your friends about things 30 years from now, but more so it just kind of shines the light on the fact that most of us are living through our glory days now, and it’s a reminder to seize the moment.”
Like all of Chapel Hart’s music thus far, “Glory Days” is an introspective and honest portrayal of the women’s experiences thus far. “We fell in love with country music because of the story and how you can just find yourself right smack dab in the middle of the story,” and that sentiment truly embodies the single and their philosophy on music.
As we anticipate the next album, fans can look forward to a lot more from the singers. As they put it themselves, “Fans should be expecting more Chapel Hart. We are diving deeper, we’re putting together this album that is another collection of life experiences. What our goal was is to show fans a glimpse into this journey.”
Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Chapel Hart releases.
Chapel Hart’s music is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.
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Chapel Hart’s brand new single “Glory Days,” is out now, January 20th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.
We love supporting new country artists, but we especially love championing women in country music. The trio, Chapel Hart are one of the most incredible acts to grace this genre in a long time. They first blew fans away on America’s Got Talent; however, their new single, “Glory Days” is about to kick off a new era for the talented singer-songwriters.
“Glory Days” is the first installment off their upcoming album. The single is also the song behind their recently announced tour, perfectly titled, 2023 The Glory Days Tour. According to the rising artists, “This single is so exciting for us because we are currently living in our ‘Glory Days’! The beauty of it all is that there are some folks who’ve been where we are, there are some who are in it with us, and there are some who haven’t made it there yet, but the song ‘Glory Days’ allows us to ALL join in, sing along & celebrate them together!”
“These are the glory days // The can’t wait to tell your story days // Pray to god we could do em all one more time // Throw em all in the VCR and press rewind // So love every minute // Live while you’re in it // If you’re gonna fight, fight to win it // someday you’re gonna look back and say // these are the glory days”
“Glory Days” is the type of song that will make you feel connected to a bigger entity while wanting to jump around and sing along. Chapel Hart are definitely a trio to look out for!
Chapel Hart’s new single, “Glory Days” is out now.
Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Chapel Hart releases.
“Glory Days” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.
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