Tyler Lyle is a young man from Georgia who took the legendary advice of Horace Greeley and went west (to Santa Monica). So far, the self-described “old soul” has managed to keep his folk roots but his lyrics have skewed towards the coastal lifestyle. His latest (and fourth) EP Expatriates is his first Cali written release after his stellar debut album The Golden Age And The Silver Girl. The new songs can carry a bittersweet June Gloom vibe but always spark enough light to burn through. Or as Tyler explains…
“This is for the last few dark cold days of winter when the books are heavier, the thoughts are stranger, and the light is more foreign.”
Maybe we can expect more sunshine to radiate off his next release, but for now embrace his single “Werewolf” (with harmonies by Molly Parden):
Free Bike Valet is proud to present Tyler Lyle‘s show tonight at the Bootleg Bar for Miner‘s first residency show for the month of July. Also performing is Harper Blynn and The Cerny Brothers. The night’s theme is “Dinner and a Show” as the Moe Deli and Komodo food trucks will be on-site. Come out, admission is FREE!