Tyler Hilton preps Digital Release

21Press Release: 

Burbank, CA- Singer and songwriter Tyler Hilton will release a digital EP, entitled Better on Beachwood, through all digital retailers on May 26th. Co-produced by Hilton and Rick Parker (Josh Kelly, Dandy Warhols), the EP features three fan favorites unavailable anywhere else: two new songs, “Tore the Line” and “Don’t Forget All Your Clothes,” plus an acoustic version of “I Believe In You,” a track from Hilton’s upcoming new album due from Reprise Records later this year.

 

To celebrate the release of Better on Beachwood, Hilton will host and perform at an EP release party at The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano, CA, on May 28th. All attendees will receive a free copy of Better on Beachwood. MTV will be at the show styling Hilton and his band for a scene in the network’s forthcoming new summer reality show.

After the EP release party, Hilton–who has been working on his new album in Los Angeles–will embark on a mini-tour, performing a series of one-off dates around the country. Please see below for dates.

Better on Beachwood is the first new music from Hilton since the Palm Springs, CA, native’s 2004 major-label debut, The Tracks of Tyler Hilton — an appealing slice of strummy pop Americana that spawned two Top 40 singles “When It Comes” and “How Love Should Be.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more on Tyler Hilton, visit his official website www.tylerhilton.com. 

 

Upcoming tour dates:
5/28     San Juan Capistrano, CA                 The Coach House 
5/30     Orangevale, CA                               The Boardwalk 
6/01     Boise, ID                                          Neurolux 
6/02     Seattle, WA                                       The Showbox SODO 
6/03     Portland, OR                                     Hawthorne Theater 
6/18     Redondo Beach, CA                         Brixton 
8/14     Milwaukee, WI                                 Wisconsin State Fair

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