Peter Aristone, the Slovakian singer and songwriter whose sophomore EP, ‘Gold’ drew critical acclaim from the likes of MTVU and Performer Magazine, announces the release of his new EP, ‘Happiest Accidents’ (BrainZone Records) and the launch of a West Coast tour supporting Marc Broussard (please see full itinerary following). Listen here

Available in North America on October 6th, 2017, ‘Happiest Accidents’ was written over the period of several months in London, Copenhagen, and Nashville, and recorded in the famous RAK Studios in London under the guidance of Sacha Skarbek — songwriter of hits such as “Wrecking Ball” (Miley Cyrus) and “You’re Beautiful” (James Blunt). ‘Happiest Accidents’ represents a recognizable shift towards a more rock oriented feeling, while still maintaining Peter’s strong singer-songwriter roots and folk foundation. The final result delivers an album full of distorted guitars, great experimental keyboard sounds, steady drum grooves and intertwining vocal lines, all flavored with a fresh indie vibe.

Happiest Accidents Track List:

Painful Remedy

Eye Of A Needle

Will I Be Waiting

Game Over

Happiest Accidents

The EP’s lead single “Painful Remedy” is undoubtedly the heaviest and the most aggressive song in Peter’s catalog. “Sacha and I were on the same page with this as we wanted to do the record more expressive this time. The vocal parts got me into places I thought I couldn’t manage at first, but it was clear soon enough that the tension was exactly what the album needed,” says Peter. Add dirty electric guitar sounds and pounding groove and the first single and a great show-opener is born. A video for “Painful Remedy” follows in late September.

‘Happiest Accidents’ will be widely available across digital platforms including iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, Amazon and Tidal.

Peter Aristone U.S. West Coast Tour Dates

10/7     Troubadour                West Hollywood, CA

10/10   The Chapel                 San Francisco, CA

10/11   Harlow’s                     Sacramento, CA

10/12   Moe’s Alley                 Santa Cruz, CA

10/13   Revolution Hall            Portland, OR, US

10/15   Crocodile Café             Seattle, WA, US

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