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Performer: Tilian
Title: Material Me
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Genre: Vocal

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Album · 2013 · 11 Songs.

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Tilian Pearson released his debut full-length studio album, Material Me, on March 18, 2013, through Vital Records. He later released his solo extended play, Future Friends, on December 16, 2014 through Vital Records. On June 29, 2015, Pearson announced that he would be entering the studio and recording new material with producer Kris Crummett on September 1. Tilian began recording vocals for the album on September 9. Two weeks later, Pearson finished recording the album. On August 16, 2018, Tilian announced his third studio album The Skeptic, with a scheduled release date of September 28, 2018. The lead single, "Cocky", was released on August 17.

ALBUM, TITLE: Material Me. Release year, date: 2013. You can download the torrent file on the top of the page. Look for more music Tilian.

Tilian: Material Me. By Steve Alcala · On April 5, 2013. It’s been nearly three years since we’ve – officially – heard Tilian Pearson’s voice on a track he can call his own. Since his departure from Tides of Man, many have followed closely, curious and excited for what was in store for such a unique and compelling voice. But in the end, his latest release is not with The Sound Archives, it is not with Saosin. It is on his own. And it is not what we’ve come to expect. This decision, no matter how heartfelt, can be and often is a death sentence for an artist. Fortunately for us, this is not the case with this debut solo album. In fact, it is a glimpse at a side of a familiar artist that we have never seen. Immediately, there is a fluttering and spirited use of traditional and electronic instrumentation that forms a lively amalgamation with Tilian’s soft and sincere vocals.

Tyler Carter), 03:39.


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