Hartlepool singer-songwriter envisions best year yet after three singles hit Australia radio’s top 10

Gaz says he’ll be back in the studio soon./Photo: Ashley Foster and Mark Stacey

Gaz Price has said he will be back in the studio soon as he hopes next year will be even more successful for his music.

His recent single, Chase The Sun, was released in early October and the singer said it’s all about encouraging people to pursue their dreams.

Gaz, 27, describes his writing style as “honest” and says his songs generally focus on social commentary.

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Gaz has been playing the guitar since he was a teenager. / Photo: Ashley Foster and Mark Stacey

He said: “I think all of my songs have a positive vibe, but they’re normally a little more social.

“I just wanted to release a song that had an uplifting feeling. It seemed like something people needed to write about now.”

Gaz continued, “I mainly write about things that I have observed or about things that are actually happening.

“Everything I write is very honest and there is always a positive side.”

Chase the Sun is Gaz’s third single this year after Underclass Heart and The Muskerz Are Coming and Gaz said the three peaked at a radio station in Australia, Valley FM.

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His music was also shown on Hartlepool Radio and Gaz said he still couldn’t get used to hearing his songs on the radio.

He said: “To this day it still blows my mind, like ‘Oh my God, this is my song on the radio.’ “

“I don’t think you ever really lose this.”

He added, “I’m back in the studio soon. Next year will probably be my biggest year.

Although Gaz has been making music since he was a child, he says no one in his family has musical training.

He grew up listening to punk rock music from the 1970s and 1980s, with his father a huge fan of The Clash and The Sex Pistols.

Gaz picked up the guitar when he was 13 and says he hasn’t looked back.

He said: “I was around 13 when I started playing and have never looked back since.”

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