Almost a year to the day since the release of his previous single, Tyler Halverson is back with another new song, and a record deal, too.
Released as his major label debut with Atlantic Records, Halverson’s newest single “Her” is a cleverly written tune about looking for love and staying optimistic as the prospect of ending up lonely looms.
The narrator, who seems to have had a tough go at it in a previous relationship, humorously recounts things gone wrong before addressing loneliness and reverting to optimism in an all too familiar situation.
“Tired’of buildin’ it up for it to fall down
Well maybe the next one stick around
Sound like a good way to wind up lonely
And alone at the end of it all
Last place I wanna’ be caught
With no one by your side
Life turn to a long hard ride
Hope they lookin’ for me, too
One day run into you
Love that fill my cup and quench my thirst
Good lord lead me to her…”
A native of South Dakota, and now a Belmont University alum residing in Nashville, Halverson took the crew back to his home state to record the music video for this one, and with the help of Whale Tale media, I think his crew made it well worth the while.
Check out Halverson’s latest single “Her” and the accompanying music video here.
Tyler Halverson, with his unique, self-proclaimed style of “Amerijuana Music,” has amassed an impressive amount of streams despite his small yet growing catalog of original music.
With catchy choruses and amusing lyrics, Halverson’s songs are often quirky, fun, and extremely well written. And as much as I love a sad country song, I think Halverson’s ability to do these songs and do them well makes him all the more intriguing of an up and comer.
If you haven’t listened to his music yet, but liked what you heard with “Her,” check the rest of Halverson’s music below.
“Your Bar Now” with Kylie Frey
“Beer Garden Baby”
Tyler Halverson Tour Dates:
May 5 – San Angelo, TX – The Martial Pint
May 6 – Stillwater, OK – Tumbleweed Dancehall & Concert Venue
May 12 – The Woodlands, TX – Dosey Doe (The Big Barn)
May 13 – Fort Worth, TX – Magnolia Motor Lounge
May 18 – Fort Worth, TX – PBR World Finals Concert Series
May 19 – Helotes, TX – John T. Floore’s Country Store
May 20 – San Marcos, TX – Cheatham Street Warehouse
June 3 – Graham, TX – The Food Truck Championship of Texas
June 9 – Crosby, TX – Crosby Fair & Rodeo
June 10 – Brenham, TX – Welcome Texas General Store
June 24 – Farwell, TX – Alpo’s Barn
July 2 – Greeley, CO – Independence Stampede
July 8 – Wichita, KS – Intrust Bank Arena*
July 28 – San Angelo, TX – Wild West Fest
August 12 – Laramie, WY – Tom Horn Days
September 3 – Colville, WA – FarmJam Festival
September 8 – Tuscaloosa, AL – Tuscaloosa Amphitheater*
September 9 – Beaumont, TX – Ford Arena*
*Supporting Parker McCollum