VIDEO: Chance Waters – “Maybe Tomorrow”

Chance Waters - "Maybe Tomorrow" video

It’s been a while between posts. I have a mixtape or two in the pipes, and a big project that I’ll be starting work on soon. But I’ll still be taking time out to tell you all about my favourite new stuff. The best of the best. The music that really deserve your attention. (I completely forgot, but you should watch this later too).

If you’ve read On The Tune before, you should be no stranger to Chance Waters (formerly known as Phatchance). “Maybe Tomorrow” has been getting some regular plays on triple j, as well as some serious exposure through a National Geographic ad campaign, so it’s great that the summery, apocalyptic tune has a creative video to top it all off. Keep in mind, Chance is unsigned too. Shows just what you can do without a label’s backing.

Check it out below. The confused Dalai Lama and unicorn are the best.

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BRAND NEW: Chance Waters – “Maybe Tomorrow ft. Lilian Blue”

Chance Waters - Maybe Tomorrow

“Maybe Tomorrow ft. Lilian Blue” is the second single from Chance Waters’ soon-to-be-released sophomore albumĀ Infinity. The Australian hip-hop artist – previously known as Phatchance – has been working hard on drumming up support for the impending release, and if this is anything to go by, the album is going to be a strong one. Filled with bright keys and Blue’s excellent chorus vocals, Chance takes small cracks at hippies, vampire dramas, and technology. The resulting juxtaposition only adds to the song’s charm.

Take a listen to it below, and if you click through to YouTube, you can check out the lyrics in the description.

TOUR: Chance Waters and the Approaching Infinity Tour!

Chance Waters

Aussie hip-hop artist Chance Waters (formerly known as Phatchance) has announced a run of east-coast shows to promote his new single “Infinity”. Produced by One Above, who most notably worked with Hilltop Hoods on their single “I Love It ft. Sia” (which was certified double platinum!), “Infinity” is the title track from Chance’s second album and follow-up to the acclaimed Inkstains.

Check out the dates below, and the video for his latest single “Infinity”.

Fri April 27. Plantation Hotel. Coffs Harbour.
Sat April 28. Brewery. Byron Bay. **FREE ENTRY**
Sat May 5. First Floor. Melbourne. CANCELLED!
Fri May 11. Chatswood Club. Chatswood.
Fri May 18. Beaches Hotel. Newcastle. **FREE ENTRY**
Sat May 19. FBi Social. Sydney.
Sat May 26. X&Y Bar. Brisbane. CANCELLED!

Get your tickets here.