Chateau Chateau “Evidence”

This fun and energetic tune “Evidence”, by Chateau Chateau speaks to being bored and wanting to get wasted.  It is like a love child between indie pop heartthrobs Two Door Cinema Club and iconoclastic ‘don’t care what you think about us’ rockers Wavves.  The track features a familiar arrangement and my favorite part of the song is the bridge where the hook “is it obvious that I’m wasted” repeats twice before going into the guitar motif that has repeated throughout the entirety of “Evidence”.  Worth a listen if you feel trapped inside and just want to get stoned and be goofy.  Check out their track below and let us know what you think!


“Chateau Chateau was birthed from the desert flora and jagged hills of Tucson, Arizona in the beginning of 2018. The formation of the seven band members began in the cold, dark caverns of an aerospace hanger with nothing but an audience of semi-casual and passerby drunkards making their way to the next door brewhouse. In the following months of springtime the band began forming their sound. What was once a loose, rocky, garage-pop four-piece would eventually become a blooming, bouncy, glittery troupe of seven with an equally tightened and raw sound. The band’s development reached a turning point with the release of their first single, Crisis Party, in the early summer. The song would reach encouraging numbers and praise from seemingly anyone that came into contact with it.

Evidence chronicles the Sisyphean nature of creativity. As musicians we are constantly asking ourselves ‘is this good enough?’ Evidence describes the struggle of finding value in something you have created and coming to the conclusion that often it is not worth anything, and when this is true, the consequences of sharing it with listeners.”

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