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Chase Matthew Talks Forthcoming Sophomore Album “Come Get Your Memory” (Exclusive)

“I hope this album is as inspiring to you as creating it was for me,” Chase Matthew tells Celeb Secrets on the aqua carpet at the 2023 CMT Music Awards.

AUSTIN, TEXAS - APRIL 02: Chase Matthew attends the 2023 CMT Music Awards at Moody Center on April 02, 2023 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for CMT)

Nashville native Chase Matthew is a force to be reckoned with. 

On the heels of his critically acclaimed project, Born For This – the promising new artist is already gearing up to release his sophomore album.

Matthew, best known for his wide vocal range and rebellious songwriting, gave country music fans a taste of what’s to come (April 7) with the title track “Come Get Your Memory.”  

Ahead of the release, the fast-rising singer caught up with Celeb Secrets reporter Juliet Schroder on the aqua carpet at the 2023 CMT Music Awards. While dressed in a chic black blazer and a belt buckle the size of Texas, the crooner exclusively dished on his upcoming record and his success thus far. 

“It’s actually my first time on the CMT carpet, so it’s a special night for me,” shared Matthew, full of excitement. “It’s really cool that I’m able to be here, especially for the first time in Austin. So grateful.” 

While many newcomers might have butterflies fluttering in their stomachs before the highly anticipated evening, Matthew looked like a natural alongside the other musicians at Austin’s Moody Center, stating that he had “no worries.” In fact, he’s been waiting for this moment his entire career!

“I kind of feel like maybe it’s because I want to be here so bad,” he said about his refreshing outlook. “I’ve dreamed of it for so long. So, I’m just glad to be here, and I’m definitely not going to let my nervousness get the best of me.” 

Being in the public eye is not Matthew’s first rodeo. His artistry has changed the trajectory of his life, as he is now a touring vocalist with an impressive repertoire. In March, Matthew took his first step into the sacred circle at the Grand Ole Opry to make his long-awaited debut. The “Love You Again” singer said that the significant milestone was a surreal moment that he got to celebrate with his family. 


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“Opry was crazy,” he recalled. “Many people don’t get that opportunity, and I got to share the moment with my family. I feel so humbled, and I always remember I do this for them too. They have pushed me to chase my dreams, and getting to share that moment with them was definitely special. I can’t wait to do it again.” 

The Warner Music Nashville artist touches upon his family and Tennessee upbringing in his upcoming album. The 25-track project will also include heartbreak ballads, dance-worthy bangers, and drinking songs like “Where There’s Smoke” or “Outlaw Gospel.” 

“I’m excited for it,” he noted with a beaming smile. “It’s one of the biggest bodies of work I’ve ever released and one that I’m the most proud of. A little bit of something for everybody in there.” 

Matthew worked alongside esteemed songsmiths on Music Row, such as Jordan Minton, Jacob Howard, Alex Maxwell, ERNEST, Jim McCormick, Ashley Gorley, and more. The collection is due to drop on June 9. Until the release, fans can catch Matthew out on the road at notable festivals nationwide. For upcoming appearances and tickets, visit

Don’t forget to watch our full interview with Chase from the 2023 CMT Music Awards aqua carpet here:

Will you be Matthew’s new track “Come Get Your Memory” to your daily rotation? Let us know by dropping a reaction below or by sending us a tweet at @CS_Country

Fri., Apr. 7 | The Camp at Lake Wappapello | Wappapello, MO
Sat., Apr. 8 | Knuckleheads Saloon | Kansas City, KS
Sun., Apr. 16 | Country Thunder Arizona | Florence, AZ
Thu., Apr. 20 | The L | Horseheads, NY
Fri., Apr. 21 | Hard Times Café | Fredericksburg, VA
Sat., Apr. 22 | Dusty Armadillo | Rootstown, OH
Fri., May 12 | Reverb | Reading, PA
Thu., May 18 | Intersection | Grand Rapids, MI
Fri., May 19 | 8 Seconds Saloon | Indianapolis, IN
Thu., June 8 | Carolina Country Music Fest | Myrtle Beach, SC
Sat., June 10 | Tailgate N’ Tallboys Festival | Clinton, IA
Sun., June 11 | CMA Fest, Riverfront Stage | Nashville, TN
Fri., June 16 | Tailgate N’ Tallboys Festival | Bloomington, IL
Sat., June 17 | Riverside Park | Logansport, IN
Fri., July 7 | Country Concert at Hickory Hill Lake | Fort Loramie, OH
Sun., July 16 | Country Thunder Saskatchewan | Craven, SK, Canada
Thu., July 20 | Country Thunder Wisconsin | Twin Lakes, WI
Fri., July 21 | Rock The South | Cullman, AL
Sat., July 29 | Tailgate N’ Tallboys Festival | Auburn Hills, MI
Sat., Aug. 12 | Chords in the Corn | Humboldt, IA
Fri., Oct. 6 | Country Thunder Bristol | Bristol, TN
Sun., Oct. 22 | Country Thunder Florida | Kissimmee, FL

With reporting credit from Juliet Schroder. For more coverage from the 2023 CMT Music Awards click HERE. For more Country news, click HERE.


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