TIM MYERS Unveils New Track From Upcoming Album

Multi-talented songwriter, producer, and founding member of OneRepublic, Tim Myers, has unveiled a new track “Tana: Sorry Don’t Live Here” co-written with top charting British artist James ArthurCLICK HERE to watch the official lyric video. The song premiered via Huffington Post and will be available across all DSPs TOMORROW! “Tana: Sorry Don’t Live Here” is a very personal exploration of the coping process after the passing of a very close friend, Tana, who took her own life. It is about letting go of the guilt of not being able to save someone you love. Mental health is an issue that Tim holds very close to his heart, and hopes that the song leads to bigger conversations about the importance of receiving the care you need if you are suffering from depression or other mental illnesses.

The track is off his forthcoming solo album Portraits due out November 3rd via Palladium Records. CLICK HERE to watch the official video for lead single “Lover My Love” which shot up to the #1 Breakout song on the Billboard Dance Charts immediately following release and currently sits at #26 on the Billboard Dance Chart!

Co-writer of OneRepublic‘s Number One hit “Stop and Stare,” Tim Myers is no stranger to success. A remarkably accomplished creator with over a thousand major musical placements in feature films, television shows and commercials, his tremendous career has included hits with Capital Cities, Five for Fighting, Hailee Steinfeld, Ke$ha and many others. His solo single “Hills to Climb” earned over 12 million streams and his music has orchestrated commercial campaigns for such brands as Apple, Pepsi, Coke, Toyota and Target, plus top television shows and promos on all major networks.

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