Phoenix native Tyler Dial, who attended Brophy College Preparatory, just graduated from the University of Texas on May, 18th, and to celebrate, he released the new single “Truth in the Way.” He will follow this up by releasing “Repaint,” an EP with five tracks on Friday, May 25. “Repaint” is available for pre-order on both iTunes and Spotify. “Truth in the Way” will be available for immediate download for fans who pre-order “Repaint” on iTunes.
Dial admits to being “humbled and amazed” by the team who has helped him with his new creative venture. Dial produced the new EP with Neon Cross Music, Jay Joyce’s Nashville publishing company. Melissa Spillman is leading the partnership between Dial and Neon Cross. Spillman, along with Neon Cross, also developed LANCO and Devin Dawson, two huge new names in the Nashville music scene. Neon Cross’s Jeremy Spillman will be producing “Repaint” along with Little Louder’s Ryan Tyndell. Tyndell also helped with writing some of the songs on the album. They have written song by many well-known country music stars, including LANCO, Luke Bryan, Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, and Florida Georgia Line. Other songs on Dial’s new album were written by Andy Albert, Kyle Fishman, Lucie Silvas, Ben Hayslip, Ryan Beaver, and Devin Dawson. Art for both the album cover and website was done by Keith Brogden from “Thinking Out Loud Design.” Photography for the album was done by Alex Berger.
BBVA Compass Bank has named Dial as their brand ambassador for 2018. Dial will be performing events in BBVA markets and participating in concerts and brand activations that are associated with the sports and entertainment company AEG.
Dial’s first song, “Damn Good Time,” did well on Sirius XM’s “The Highway” channel and at live events in Texas. He planned his graduation release while studying at the University of Texas.
For more information from Dial himself, or to listen to his music, visit www.tylerdial.com.