Eric Paslay Releases His New Single ‘Angels In This Town’

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be54a0974bba79f6d99c76a9_880x880Platinum-selling singer/songwriter Eric Paslay has released his new single “Angels In This Town” to radio stations and it is now available for download and streaming at all digital retail outlets in the US (we’ll keep you updated when it is released in the UK).

“As of late, our world has been impacted by tragedy of all kinds. I’m so grateful we can use ‘Angels in This Town’ to shine a light on all the good that happens every day in our world,” said Paslay. “I’m excited for it to be heard and for it to bring hope and positivity into people’s lives.”

Paslay will be a special guest on the nationally syndicated radio show, “The Bobby Bones Show,” when “Angels in This Town” is played live on Monday, July 18th. “I am super-pumped to be playing this song on the Bobby Bones show. The message of Pimpin’ Joy and ‘Angels In This Town’ come from the same book,” said Paslay.

The unique single art is by Original Street Art by Kelsey Montague, located at 11th Ave. South in the Gulch, between the Gulch Crossing and Velocity buildings, Nashville, Tenn. Montague is an internationally renowned artist that explores how public art, interactive art and social media intersect. Her murals invite people into the piece and then to share online. “I believe that art should not be separated from the human experience. Instead the human experience should have a hand in creating the art itself,” said Montague on her website. To learn more about Montague and her work go to www.kelseymontagueart.com

“I’m so happy to be working with another creative who is also committed to lifting and inspiring others,” said Montague.

Paslay adds, “Kelsey is such an amazing artist and I am so excited to partner with her for this artwork. To be a little part of this is a real honor for me. Her signature, #whatliftsyou and her imagery really go hand-in-hand with what “Angels In This Town” is all about.”

“Angels In This Town,” was written by Paslay, Corey Crowder and Erik Dylan, from his forthcoming sophomore album, DRESSED IN BLACK.

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