Embracing Life. Chris Gullace’s evolution through ‘It Feels Good To Be Alive’ and ‘Chris Francis’

"I wrote 'Chris Francis' to my only son Christopher. It’s a letter to him. Letting him know I love him and I want him to always dream of something better in life"
3 April 2024

Based in Asbury Park, NJ, and Nashville, TN, Chris Gullace has released three albums in a single year, displaying his passion and determination. Drawing inspiration from rock legends like Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana, Sublime, and The Beatles, Gullace infuses their influences with his unique style, shaped along the Jersey Shore.

His latest album, It Feels Good To Be Alive, features the lead single, Chris Francis, a soaring indie-rock anthem dedicated to his son. Evoking nostalgia reminiscent of the early Foo Fighters era, the track boasts driving guitar lines and a full-band performance that transports listeners to the golden age of 90s rock.

Reflecting on the song’s origins, Gullace shares, “I wrote this song to my only son Christopher. It’s a letter to him. Letting him know I love him and I want him to always dream of something better in life.”

In Chris Francis, Gullace not only showcases his musical prowess but also his heartfelt songwriting, offering a glimpse into his artistic evolution. With It Feels Good To Be Alive, Chris Gullace presents another stellar body of work, with Chris Francis serving as a defining moment that encapsulates his identity as an artist and songwriter. And a clear ability to blend classic rock elements with a contemporary twist.

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