The new release from singer-songwriter Chandler Stephens will be available on all streaming platforms this Friday. “Would’ve Gone Home” tells the all too relatable story of two people who are close friends, but they both know there is something more, so who’s going to make the first move. Co-written with Nicole Miller and produced by Dan Frizzell (Lee Brice), this is the third release from Chandler’s upcoming six song EP.
Chandler adding, “I love making music people can relate to that reminds them of something they’ve experienced and “Would’ve Gone Home” is definitely one of those songs. It’s about an experience I think a lot of people have gone through- I know you want to be with me and I want to be with you so lets not waste anymore time.”
Coming from a large family of 16 that included 14 siblings from a variety of ethnicities gave singer- songwriter Chandler Stephens a unique perspective on life and instilled in her the importance of love, family, and unity. “I grew up understanding and knowing we are all human beings deserving of love, kindness, and equality. It is definitely something I draw from for my songwriting and a firm platform for my life.” Since moving from Florida to Nashville to pursue her dream, Chandler has achieved over 6 million streams collectively and is currently releasing songs from her upcoming six song EP. Her distinctively soothing yet poignantly powerful vocals and her real life truthful and vulnerable lyrics shine on such tracks as “Bet on You,” released last fall and the latest release, “Would’ve Gone Home.”
Follow Chandler on her website https://www.chandlerstephens.com/.