Tilian (Pearson) is proud to debut “Ghost Town,” the third single and concluding track from his forthcoming album, The SkepticThe song is an emotive, cathartic anthem that discusses love and loss and how to move forward through tumultuous times. “Ghost Town” also showcases the Dance Gavin Dance frontman’s impressive vocal range, which manages to stay pitch-perfect throughout the whole tune. Listen HERE.

The SkepticTilian’s third full-length effort, will be released on Friday, September 28th via Rise Records, marking a formative chapter in his career. “Musically and in my personal life, I kept thinking, ‘I’ve got to find and explore some new ground,’ ” he says. “I’ve always been so much more questioning than most people around me are. I never really bought into things the way 90% of the crowd does. That sentiment communicated the idea of The Skeptic to me.”

Tilian will also soon wrap his solo North American headline tour with support from Royal Coda, Sunsleep, Andrés, and Innerspace. The run of dates makes three stops in the Midwest before wrapping at Denver’s Marquis Theater on Sunday, September 23rd. Don’t miss out – tickets and VIP packages can be purchased HERE, with a full itinerary included below.

Stay tuned for more news from Tilian!

Tilian Tour Dates:

9.20.18 – Berwyn, IL @ Wire

9.21.18 – St. Paul MN @ Amsterdam

9.22.18 – Kansas City, MO @ Aftershock

9.23.18 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater

The Skeptic Track Listing:

1. Made of Plastic

2. Cocky

3. Gone

4. Handsome Garbage

5. Hold On

6. Blame It On Rock n Roll

7. Let Her Go

8. Drunken Conversations

9. Right Side

10. Ghost Town

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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