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NEWS: New track and accompanying music video from Eric Paslay ‘Heartbeat Higher’ coming Friday May 8th

Eric Paslay, who wrapped the last decade with the #1 song on Country Aircheck’s decade chart with his penned hit “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” for Jake Owen, will debut a new song and music video this Friday, May 8th with the release of  “Heartbeat Higher.” The song, written by Eric, Zach Crowell and Sarah Buxton, and features Sarah, is the first of more material anticipated through this summer by the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter. The music video was shot by director Timothy Hiele in Stockholm, Sweden during Eric’s “Nice Guy Tour” late last year.

Heartbeat Higher’ has been around the block with me a time or two,” shares Eric. “Some fans have even seen me perform it live. I’ve loved it since the day we wrote it a few years ago and I always knew I’d release it. Now feels like the perfect moment for this song and sharing this with my friend and cowriter Sarah Buxton is a dream realized.

Chris Country Radio will give “Heartbeat Higher” a world exclusive first play on Thursday (7/5) after 8am BST – tune in here. Eric performed a sneak peak of the song and some of his hits, during American Songwriter’s Facebook Live series “Behind The Mic” last Friday, and tomorrow night (Tues 5/5), Eric will take part in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s weekly “Songwriter Sessions” on Instagram at 8pm CDT where fans can pose questions. The series is hosted by Abi Tapia, the museum’s director of public programs.

This summer, Eric will tour the U.S. around the release of his new music and will join The Shires’ tour in the UK launching on October 21st in Bedford – full dates below:

October 21 – Corn Exchange, Bedford, England
October 26 – Academy, Bristol, England
October 27 – Princess Theatre, Torquay, England
October 29 – Brighton Dome, Brighton, England
October 30 – Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, England
November 1 – Barbican, York, England
November 2 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham, England
November 3 – Sands Centre, Carlisle, England
November 4 – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, England
November 6 – St David’s Hall, Cardiff, Wales
November 9 – Regent Theatre, Ipswich, England
November 10 – Aberyswyth Arts Centre, Aberyswyth, Wales
November 12 – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, England
November 13 – Royal Centre, Nottingham, England
November 15 – The Palladium, London, England
November 16 – Pavilion, Weymouth, England
November 17 – The Anvil, Basingstoke, England
November 19 – Engine Shed, Lincoln, England
November 21 – G Live, Guildford, England
November 24 – New Theatre, Oxford, England
November 25 – Victoria Hall, Stoke, England
November 30 – Sage, Gateshead, England
December 1 – Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, Scotland
December 2 – Liquid Room, Edinburgh, Scotland
December 7 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge, England

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