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Chet Faker Just Wants to Feel Good on New Song ‘Feel Good’

With new album 'Hotel Surrender' set to arrive in July, Chet Faker will serve as the next Rolling Stone Australia cover artist.

Willy Lukaitis for Rolling Stone Australia

New York via Melbourne artist Chet Faker has unveiled his latest single, ‘Feel Good’, taken from the forthcoming album, Hotel Surrender, out July 16 via Detail Records/BMG.

‘Feel Good’ was produced alongside production company FREENJOY (The Weeknd, Ariana Grande, Doja Cat, Travis Scott.) The track brims with swooning, sexy melodies and a great ripply bassline that harks back to the Chet Faker material that seduced us all those years back.

“The song is called ‘Feel Good’. The song is about feeling good. The video is me feeling good. Anymore talking is just gonna kill the vibe,” Chet Faker shares in a statement.

‘Feel Good’ arrives with a music video that reveals Chet Faker’s once-secret passion for rollerblading. Filmed in the sprawling, raw, Californian desert. “I broke my hand filming this last week and I don’t regret one bit of it,” shares Faker.

The song joins previously-released album singles ‘Low’, ‘Get High’ and ‘Whatever Tomorrow.’

Chet Faker is set to feature on the cover of the forthcoming edition of Rolling Stone Australia. Arriving on June 7th, Faker spoke to Rolling Stone Australia Editor Tyler Jenke for an 8-page cover feature about his career, his time spent in lockdown, and how he managed to emerge with an accidental record.

If you’re eager to get your hands on the latest issue of Rolling Stone Australia, then now is the time to sign up for a subscription. New subscribers will receive three magazine issues if they sign up now. They’ll get a copy of the collector’s edition (the 50 Greatest Australian Artists of All Time issue), plus the Tash Sultana edition, released in March, and the Chet Faker edition, out June 7th.