“Porchlight” by Chris Caulfield is a touching and moving music about the power of forgiveness and the wish to reunite with a loved one after a tough time. Through his lyrics and distinct blend of musical styles, Caulfield crafts a message of optimism and yearning, conveyed through the metaphor of leaving the porchlight on to welcome someone back home.

Chris Caulfield is a Canadian artist who lives just outside of Toronto. His stories are presented atop compelling compositions that ingeniously stitch together elements of alternative and emo-era rock, hip-hop, and more. He found himself on a unique road in his teens and early twenties, playing in bands in the Toronto region, and was lucky to spend the next decade managing his own enterprises and starting a family, bringing a wealth of events and experiences to tap into musically.

Chris Caulfield, explores the soundscape of early 2000s emo in his current tune, “Porchlight,” with a whole new, fresh, and modern production and viewpoint. The slower speed allows him to play with trap-style beats and vocals, generating and releasing tension at the same time.

Chris Caulfield’s seamless genre blending creates distinctive, compelling sounds, making him difficult to categorize consistently. He has been compared to contemporary artists like Post Malone, The Kid Laroi, Billie Eilish, Juice WRLD, and Iann Dior, as well as bands like Linkin Park. With such a wide range of influences, including Panic! At the Disco, 21 Pilots, USS, Metallica, MGK, Lil Peep, XXXTentacion, Halsey, and more, it is easy to see how Chris’s sound varies.

“Porchlight” lyrics, which were inspired by a difficult time in Chris Caulfield’s twelve-year marriage, speak about waiting for someone you think is coming but aren’t sure of; he knows he’s wronged them and begs for forgiveness and another opportunity. In order to invite that person inside and signal that it is okay for them to do so, he will go to bed while leaving the “porchlight” on. They are anticipated and will be warmly received. The only thing left to do is wait for them to arrive.

“Porchlight,” released on March 3rd, 2023, is about finding your way back to someone and understanding that you belong together, even if you drift apart for a while or even a very long time or go through difficult circumstances. The custom of turning on the “porchlight,” which is used when someone is expected to arrive home after dark, is used to represent leaving the door open and anticipating your lover’s return.

Chris Caulfield’s “Porchlight” is an incredible song, brilliantly written and played. It’s immensely subtle and rich, full of feelings of love, longing, and, most importantly, hope. You should definitely add this masterpiece to your playlist.

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