Canadian pop artist Chayce Kennedy is excited to share her new single, “Mr. Super Fine”, which is available across all digital streaming platforms with an accompanying music video on YouTube.
Written by Chayce along with Juno Award-winning producer Ryan Stewart (Carly Rae Jepsen, Jocelyn Alice) and actor/songwriter Roark Critchlow (“Pretty Little Liars”, “Days of Our Lives”), “Mr. Super Fine” is the first single to drop from the artist’s debut EP, “Yours Truly”, which will arrive in 2024.
An energetic, upbeat pop love song with dreamy, hopeful lyrics, “Mr. Super Fine” exudes the same bubbly happiness that strikes the heartstrings when the possibility of love is within one’s grasp.
Chayce says, “This song is about the feelings that come out when you’re looking for your perfect someone. Through many dates, experiences, and new crushes in my teen years, there’s something innocent and exciting when you connect with someone who could be your person. I wanted to explore that spark that hits you when you don’t know exactly where things will go, but just the thought of being with them is magical enough for right now.”
Based in Penticton, British Columbia, Chayce was inspired to pursue music after seeing Taylor Swift live in concert. Now a prolific emerging artist and live performer in her own right – with five past singles and over 100 live shows since 2021 – Chayce brought her next slate of songs to past collaborator Stewart and Critchlow, a mentor since childhood. After three new songs were recorded, she added Grammy-nominated Brian West (Nelly Furtado, Maroon 5) to the mix and emerged with two more tracks to complete the EP. Overall, the collective support for Chayce from diverse sectors of the entertainment industry has only strengthened her confidence to reach new highs in a career that is quickly blossoming.
Chayce’s new music promises to offer more personal themes by touching on her own experiences with love, heartbreak, mental health, and body image. “Mr. Super Fine” explores the first of these with pure bliss and optimism, which she believes listeners can apply to their own lives as well.
She says, “In the beginning, love is crazy and scary. If you want it, you need to believe in what you want and give someone else a chance to feel that way about you. If someone feels right, let yourself hope, and let yourself believe in what you could be together.”
Chayce is supporting “Mr. Super Fine” with an accompanying music video, and she will also be opening for Juno Award-winning trio The Good Lovelies on October 26th at the Creekside Theatre in Lake Country, British Columbia. Her next single, “Until This Night”, will arrive in the New Year.