Rising singer-songwriter Tor Miller announces the release of his new single “Always” and a new music video for “Surrender”, both off his forthcoming debut album AMERICAN ENGLISH. The album, due out September 30 on Glassnote Records / Universal Music Canada, is available now for pre-order and will be supported with a headline tour this September.

Singled out as one of Nylon’s 2016 ‘10 SXSW Acts Poised To Become The Next Big Thing,’ Tor returns with the powerhouse track and crowd favourite, “Always” (LISTEN HERE).

“Always comes from an internal struggle within myself where I was balancing two beliefs. I’m trying to convince myself of making something work that just won’t in the end,” said Tor.

In addition to “Always”, Tor’s “Surrender” which was play-listed this month by V Magazine and Billboard, receives a dramatic three-minute video treatment that showcases an intense performance backed by grandiose horns, drums and a rich falsetto (WATCH HERE).

Tor has had a jam packed 18 months having released his HEADLIGHTS EP, writing and recording his debut album AMERICAN ENGLISH and touring with distinguished artists such as James Bay, George Ezra and Aurora. During this time Tor has gone from gracing club stages as a solo pianist to stage front and center under the glare of spotlights. This invigorated live set showcases Tor’s rawness of expression and captivating vocals in a whole new experience for fans. With that comes the announcement of a September headline tour, which is on-sale now at and kicks off September 16 at Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, New York, Canadian dates below:

September 23: Montreal, QC @ Petit Campus
September 24: Toronto, ON @ Adelaide Hall

Listen to ‘Always’ here:
iTunes | Spotify | Amazon | Google Play

Watch the ‘Surrender’ video here:

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