Chapel Hart’s New Single ‘Welcome to Fist City’ is a Tribute to ’60s Icon Loretta Lynn
America’s Got Talent country trio Chapel Hart has recently released their newest single to date, “Welcome to Fist City.” The song is a continuation of the 1960’s hit single “Fist City” by one of the band’s main inspirations Loretta Lynn.
Chapel Hart Announces Release of New Single
On March 30, the trio dropped the upbeat new song, contributing another creative work to the country music scene. Having a catchy tune, “Welcome to Fist City” follows the story of a woman who’s willing and brave to protect her marriage from possible ruins.
Ahead of its release, Chapel Hart posted a screenshot showing that music icon Loretta Lynn shared AGT’s Facebook post about their Golden Buzzer moment. Lynn, at the time, was expressing her curiosity and wondering what if her song would be Chapel Hart’s next project. Interestingly, such inquisition was satisfied almost year later.
“If @lorettalynnofficial asks. You gotta answer,” they wrote. “Hold on to your wig and britches… “Welcome To Fist City” is available tonight at midnight!”
For those who may not know, Chapel Hart is a singing trio who were finalists during America’s Got Talent season 17. Their audition was undeniably groundbreaking, belting their original song “You Can Have Him, Jolene.” This song was a powerful responses to Dolly Parton’s ultimate song hit “Jolene.”
They Recently Teased Glory Days The Album
Days ago, Chapel Hart announced that they have an album coming up, titled Glory Days. On Instagram, the trio posted what seemed to be the poster art of the collection.
“We’ve never been more excited about delivering new music to you guys,” she wrote. “We’ve been through so much together and sharing the highs and lows of our ‘GLORY DAYS’ through song has indeed been the joy of our lives!”
The album announcement comes after their successful Glory Days Tour. According to them, Glory Days will be released on May 19. For the meantime though, fans can pre-save the same on Deezer and Spotify. Fans can also pre-add the album on Spotify.