Chris Scheler

Chris Scheler releases warm new single ‘Good Old Days’

With his new single ‘Good Old Days’, Pennsylvania-based musician Chris Scheler sings the importance of living in the moment. ‘Good Old Days’ is inspired by the iconic quote by Andy Bernard in The Office finale: ‘I wish there was a way to know you were in the good old days before you actually left them’.

In ‘Good Old Days’, Chris is singing to his wife, Amanda, as they soon realise, while watching their child grow up, that they ARE living in ‘the good old days’.

‘I wanted the song to have a beachy feel to go along with the nostalgic lyrics that evoke memories of family vacations,’ commented the Pennsylvania-based musician.

Chris Scheler has been releasing music since 2017, but he really found his groove when he started working with drummer Robin Diaz (Candlebox, Live, Daughtry), producers Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland (Candlebox, Everclear, August Burns Red) and his close friend, the guitarist Jason Greenwood. In comparison to his earlier music, ‘Good Old Days’ is lighter and has a summer sheen to it. The guitar melodies start off soft, then ascend into an eruption for the chorus, turning the song into a summer ballad. The harmonies of the song also warmly echo The Beach Boys, which really helps to lift the depth of the track.

‘Good Old Days’ will form part of a new EP by the artist, to be released later this year.

You can listen to ‘Good Old Days’ by Chris Scheler below.

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