The L.A. based singer-songwriter Chase Bell asks the listeners of his newest song ‘Your Sky Has No Limit’ to believe in themselves in the deepest sense yet again and be like a child; full of potential.
In this empowering and uplifting song which boasts an anthemic chorus Chase starts each of the verses of the song with a negative scenario only to turn it all around and give the listener another moment of triumph.
This is the first time Chase has released a song that confidently gives directions to the listener. The song chants phrases like, ‘keep your head held high,’ and ‘point up to the stars,’ which aren’t so much as demands but are rather calls to the listener to put him or herself in a position of light. Listening to this song may lead to the listener believing in themselves again and seeing that their potential is truly endless, or in more poetic terminology that their sky has no limit.
The artwork for the song ‘Your Sky Has No Limit’ is certainly magical with both a night sky full of stars and a morning sky full of a brightening sun but the artistic messaging is clear; there is more to your sky then meets the eye. In the middle of the frame is the child who points to the stars and in that moment the stars themselves are brightened… According to Chase, the child represents the part of each and every one of us that is able to be guided, influenced, and taught new things in life. We must keep this child alive and well if we wish to recreate ourselves in this new world over and over again.
Sonically speaking this song is a pop anthem and you can feel the drive at the first resonance of Chase’s voice as he confidently speaks what he believes to be true… ‘when life tries to bring you down, with just one song you can turn it around.’
The song starts humbly with a consistent piano based groove and develops into the arena sized sounds of the chorus and by this time Chase is no longer speaking but singing loud and clear the lines, ‘Point up to the stars, you’re going far, I see your sky has no limit.’
Before the song was released in January 27th 2023, it had a debut performance in front of a crowd of over 50 thousand people at Eddy Kenzo’s festival in Uganda in November 2022.