LILHUDDY Releases Debut Album ‘Teenage Heartbreak’

Chase Hudson, better known as LILHUDDY, has officially released his highly anticipated debut album ‘Teenage Heartbreak.’ 

The 11-track project includes previously released singles, “21st Century Vampire,” “The Eulogy of You and Me,” “America’s Sweetheart” and “Don’t Freak Out.” ‘Teenage Heartbreak’ showcases a collection of powerful pop-punk anthems that capture the feeling of teenage angst and post-internet adolescence. The “America’s Sweetheart” singer gets vulnerable about past relationships, growing up in the spotlight and the intense emotions and feelings he’s experienced throughout his teenage years. 

In an official press release, LILHUDDY opened up about the album: I could not be more excited to finally release my very first album, ‘Teenage Heartbreak’! I worked so hard to put together a project that I feel perfectly represents who I am as an artist, and I hope to be able to connect with my fans on a deeper level through each song.  Thank you to everyone who has been so supportive throughout this entire journey so far. This is only just the beginning!” 

LILHUDDY also released a music video for one of his favorite songs on the album: “PartyCrasher.” That track is one of 7 new songs that listeners were gifted through ‘Teenage Heartbreak.’ 

This is Chase Hudson’s first album and full-length musical project. He first reached an intense level of fame and popularity on the social media application TikTok in which he currently has over 32 million fans. Many anticipated what his music would sound like and the quality of his work. Teenage Heartbreak undoubtedly exhibits powerful vocals, high-quality production, and a clear display of Hudson’s influential talent yet again…this time in the music industry. 

‘Teenage Heartbreak’ is supported by LILHUDDY’s iconic collaborators: Travis Barker, Tyson Ritter, iann dior and more. And with millions upon millions of streams and a dedicated fanbase, it’s clear that this is only the beginning for the “21st Century Vampire.”