Canadian star Tyler Shaw releases gorgeous ballad ‘When You’re Home’

posted January 19, 2021 at 07:25 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Returning with his most romantic ballad to date, Tyler Shaw kicks off 2021 with the release of “When You’re Home,” two weeks into the new year.

Canadian singer and actor Tyler Shaw releases a new ballad entitled ‘When You’re Home.’
The dreamy love song takes listeners on a rhythmic and amorous journey with its retro percussion and warm slow tempo. Brimming with rich and sultry vocals, Tyler delivers a heartfelt performance about the sentimental comforts of love.

To complement the single release, the official music video premiered on Jan. 14 with Parade magazine. The “When You’re Home” video depicts the essence of love and romantic bliss – perfectly highlighting the lyrics and sentiments of the track. The video concept was conceived and co-directed by Tyler and created/produced by his long-time collaborators, The Young Astronauts.

“When You’re Home” was masterfully produced by Grammy Award-nominated Jon Levine (Dua Lipa, Alessia Cara, Drake) and written by Tyler, Alex Beitzke (James Arthur, JC Stewart), and Henry Brill (Jack Garratt, Phantogram). It follows the release of Tyler’s summer smash single “Remember,” which reached top 3 at Canadian Radio (Main AC format)  and the COVID-19 relief single, “Lean on Me” by ArtistsCAN, an initiative he led and worked with Levine on to support the Canadian Red Cross.

The powerfully passionate song, “When You’re Home,” will be featured on Shaw’s next studio album, due this spring.

Tyler Shaw is a Platinum-selling artist, producer, and actor. The Chinese-Canadian originally from Vancouver, BC, released his hit song “Kiss Goodnight” in 2012, and the melodic track quickly hit Platinum sales. In 2014, Tyler earned a JUNO Award nomination for ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year’ and went on to release certified Platinum track “House of cards.”

Topics: Tyler Shaw , When You’re Home , Music , Jon Levine
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