Chris Pierce Wraps Up Tour With Neil Young, Releases Heartwarming & Groovy New Single ‘Home’

You’d be hard-pressed to find any modern folk/roots rock singer-songwriter who wouldn’t call it a dream to be on tour and open for living legend Neil Young.

For Chris Pierce, that dream was a reality.

The Los Angeles songsmith recently wrapped up a leg of Young’s West Coast tour, which concluded in Lake Tahoe July 24th.

And while he undoubtedly relished these special moments on stage in front of thousands of fans, nothing quite compares to the comforts and solace of one other place.

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His latest single, “Home,” offers a delightfully familiar Bo Diddley-esque groove that serves as an ode to forgiveness, welcoming, and comfort. The definition of “home” differs for every person, but what remains the same is the feeling of contentment and peace that one associates with it. 

“This song is about a pathway to a feeling of being welcomed and celebrated in a space for your spirit and full journey, not just the good parts… all of it,” says Pierce.

He adds that the song is also about forgiveness, and forgiving oneself and those in life who may not be on the path that was laid out for them. “It’s about letting loved ones back into your heart after life’s challenges. The groove and rhythm of ‘Home’ has the celebratory feel of a rite of passage where the soul and spirit are elevated.”


“Home” is the latest single off of Pierce’s upcoming album, Let All Who Will, which contains a powerful collection of songs serving as an anthem for the unheard voices that strive to bridge the divisive gaps that plague society. The album is slated for a September 1st release.

It follows his critically acclaimed 2021 acoustic album, American Silence, which earned praise as a modern protest folk-songwriting gem from outlets like NPR and Rolling Stone. On the new album, Pierce teamed up with co-producers Niko Bolas (Neil Young, The Mavericks) and Dave Resnik (Sonia Dada, Mavis Staples), and recorded it at the famed Sunset Sound in Hollywood.

His breakout track, “We Can Always Come Back to This,” was featured in three episodes of the NBC primetime series This Is Us, and later soared to the summit of the Billboard Blues Chart.

While unyielding in his belief in music’s unifying potential, Let All Who Will doesn’t shy away from confronting the harsh realities faced by Black people in America. The album fearlessly examines historical and modern injustices, urging the audience to recognize that justice and compassion are the only paths forward for the nation.

Be on the lookout for the album September 1st.

Note* Paul Howard contributed to this article.

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