Huddy Attempts to Heal After Heartbreak in "Slowly Healing"
Alternative star on the rise Huddy, more commonly known as Chase Hudson, delivers a vulnerable message of growth and healing with his latest single, "Slowly Healing." With the single's release, the young artist expands on his already burgeoning music career, taking risks and exploring themes of heartbreak, healing, and self-love.
"Slowly Healing" opens on a stripped-down note, with nothing but an acoustic guitar and Huddy's emotive vocals setting the stage. The artist paints a scene of betrayal caused by an old flame, singing heartbreaking lines like, "Two sides to each knife in my back" and "You sent me to my lowest." Then, as the acoustic guitar riffs pick up the pace, his vocals soar on the chorus as he sings about how he's finally healing from his past relationship, calling out his former love for never really caring or knowing him.
The ballad dives in deeper on the second verse as Huddy shares more details of his still bleeding heart he experienced and how hard it is for him to trust anyone. He shares that he still feels lonely and recognizes that his ex tried to gaslight him and make him appear as the crazy one in their relationship. The instrumentals fade out as Huddy sings one final hook, "Slowly healing from all the shit I endured / Slowly healing from the girl I adored."
"Slowly Healing" is Huddy's first release since his massively successful 2022 single "All The Things I Hate About You." The emotional track epitomizes a breakup ballad with biting lyrics aimed at an ex woven into classic pop-punk production and has garnered more than 23 million streams on Spotify alone since its release.
Listen to "Slowly Healing" below: