LGBT Musician Chad Siwik Makes New Quarantine Album
Also a NASA employee, Chad is launching his music career to new heights as the Covid-19 pandemic begins to subside.
By: Chad Siwik
NEW ALBUM PRESS RELEASE
Release Date: June 11
CHAD SIWIK (ALBUM)
Release Date: June 18
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Chad Siwik (pronounced Civic) is a singer/songwriter with a background in dance, performing, and music production. He is a Tenor with a three-octave range. His style is Pop/Dance with electronic and 80's vibes. Madonna and Paula Abdul were two early influences. A new album simply titled "Chad Siwik" is about to be released, on June 18, 2021.
After writing and recording a song at a local studio in his hometown, Chad was determined to pursue music. He moved to Orlando to study recording arts at Full Sail University, where he coordinated a team for his debut album "Prince Lightmare", which he wrote and produced. Chad Siwik performed in Europe and the east coast of the United States to promote the release.
In 2011, Chad moved to Los Angeles and continued his music career there with regular live shows. An LA- themed music video was released for "Love Crush" and Chad made an appearance as himself to perform the song in the gay mystery-thriller film "Triple Crossed".
In 2013, Chad released a single called "Messages and Heartbeats". The "Messages and Heartbeats" music video was filmed at Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, where James Dean filmed "Rebel Without a Cause" in 1955. The following years saw the release of two more EPs.
In May 2021, production on the "Chad Siwik" album of original synth pop music was completed with producer and fellow Full Sail University alum Luke Icard. The album was created entirely virtually through the Covid-19 pandemic and Chad and Luke never saw each other in person throughout the production.
The new album's songs explore a relationship over an extended time line. Chad wanted to write about a long-term relationship in all of it's stages, as well as zoom out to focus on themes of culture, outer space, and the human race putting aside their differences and coming together.
Chad Siwik also works for NASA at Kennedy Space Center and his new album reflects his deep reverence for all things space exploration.
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