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TYLER BRYANT & THE SHAKEDOWN DROP LYRIC VIDEO FOR “HOLDIN’ MY BREATH”




    TYLER BRYANT & THE SHAKEDOWN DROP LYRIC VIDEO FOR “HOLDIN’ MY BREATH” — WATCH + LISTEN

SONG FEATURES CHARLIE STARR OF BLACKBERRY SMOKE

NEW ALBUM PRESSURE ARRIVES OCTOBER 16RELEASE VIA SNAKEFARM RECORDS 


Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown have just dropped the lyric video for the new song “Holdin’ My Breath.”

The track features Charlie Starr of Blackberry Smoke. Watch + listen here.

“‘Holdin’ My Breath’ was written long before the pandemic,” Tyler Bryant says. “It was written before any of the madness. When we started compiling songs for the new album, this song stood out. The lyrics hit us harder than they did when the song was originally written. While it felt pertinent to the times, it gave us a sense of hope. Adding our friend Charlie Starr from Blackberry Smoke only elevated this feeling. We hope it can evoke the same for the listener as we all hold tight for better days.”

The Nashville-based band dealt with a world tipped into turmoil during the global pandemic by creating new music amid lockdown conditions. The end result is their fourth album Pressure, out on October 16 via Snakefarm Records worldwide. Pressure is career-best work forged during turbulent times. 

Pressure is available to pre-order here. Pre-save the album to your digital streaming platform of choice here.

Watch the video for first single “Crazy Days.”
  
PRESSURE TRACK LISTING:
“Pressure”
“Hitchhiker”
“Crazy Days” (Feat. Rebecca Lovell)
“Backbone”
“Holdin’ My Breath” (Feat. Charlie Starr)
“Like The Old Me”
“Automatic”
“Wildside”
“Misery”
“Fuel”
“Loner”
“Fever”
“Coastin'”     TYLER BRYANT & THE SHAKEDOWN ONLINE:     SPINEFARM RECORDS ONLINE:    
About Bryan Joe Corder (4009 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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