Tyson Motsenbocker Shares New Album ‘Someday I’ll Make It All Up To You’ // Tour with Colony House Kicks Off Today

Tyson Motsenbocker‘s sophomore album Someday I’ll Make It All Up To You, is out now via Tooth and Nail Records. Fans can stream or download the album, here: https://tyson.ffm.to/someday.

Speaking to the record, Tyson said, “Someday I’ll Make It All Up To You is about uncertainty and change, it’s about being far away – from the people I love, from the person I want to be, from a secure future. It’s about adulthood, an unfulfilled ideal, and the pathway there.”

Someday I’ll Make It All Up To You is the full-length follow up to 2016’s Letters to Lost Loves. Fans can check out the music video for the first single, “The Last Summer”, here.

Tyson‘s sophomore release embraces life’s complexities with a balance of both charm and grit as he reflects on a world he’s wrestling to understand. Someday I’ll Make It All Up To You was produced by Tyler Chester (Blake Mills, Andrew Bird, Jackson Browne), with performances by Aaron Redfield (Greyboy Allstars, Prince), Griffin Goldsmith (Dawes), Anna Butterss (boygenius), Dan Bailey (Father John Misty), James McAllister (Sufjan Stevens, The National, Big Red Machine), Madison Cunningham, Sam Weber and Matthew Wright, and was recorded almost entirely live. The project relies heavily on the performances of the musicians and the strength of the songs, not technology’s ability to alter its imperfections. The result is an album perfectly imperfect, perhaps best exposing Motsenbocker‘s sincerest agenda to tell the truth.

Tonight, Tyson will kick off a North American tour opening for Colony House. For a full list of tour dates, please see below.

For more information, please visit:  https://www.tysonmotsenbocker.com

Upcoming Tour Dates:

Tickets available now: http://bit.ly/2OV7xQV

February 14th – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre

February 15th – Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle

February 19th – Birmingham, AL – Wordplay Soundstage

February 21st – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall

February 22nd – Dallas, TX – Granada Theater

February 23rd – Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic Lounge

February 24th – Tulsa, OK – The Vanguard

February 26th – Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom

February 28th – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom

February 29th – San Francisco, CA – August Hall

March 2nd – Portland, OR – Star Theater

March 3rd – Vancouver, Canada – Biltmore Cabaret

March 4th – Seattle, WA – Neumos

March 6th – Salt Lake City, UT – The Greek Station

March 7th – Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater

March 9th – Kansas City, KS – The Record Bar

March 10th – St. Louis, MO – The Old Rock House

March 12th – Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line Music Cafe

March 13th – Madison, WI – High Noon Saloon

March 14th – Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall Ballroom

March 15th – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall

March 17th – Toronto, Canada – Mod Club Theatre

March 19th – New York, NY – The Bowery Ballroom

March 20th – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore Philadelphia

March 21st – Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall

March 22nd – Allston, MA – Brighton Music Hall

March 24th – Charlottesville, VA – Jefferson Theater

March 25th – Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel

March 27th – Oklahoma City, OK – Ponyboy

March 28th – Waco, TX – Common Grounds

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