William Tyler shares Call Me When I'm Breathing Again and the first of three Goes West duo performance videos
William Tyler's rich and bittersweet Goes West arrives on January 25, an album that Uproxx is already describing as his most cinematic effort yet, like Ry Cooder's score for Paris, Texas with the epic sweep of David Lean leavened with the chilled-out left-coast vibe of Hal Ashby.
Along with today's intercontinental tour announcement, we present a live video of new song Call Me When I'm Breathing Again, performed by William Tyler on acoustic guitar and Meg Duffy of Hand Habits on electric. It's the first in a series of live videos shot at Zebulon in William's adopted home of Los Angeles.
Watch & share the duo performance video of William Tyler's Call Me When I'm Breathing Again now
Tyler on the collaboration and setting of these performances:
In the two years since I moved to Los Angeles, the new incarnation of Zebulon has become not just a haven for friends and musical discoveries but also an incubator of collaboration. Both Meg and I have done residencies therein fact, it's the first place we ever played as a duo. It holds a magical place in my mind for this album, and getting to revisit this song with Meg again was really special.
Also, don't miss Goes West lead single Fail Safe, a song that Pitchfork summed up perfectly as a musical snapshot of bliss, before reserving your copy of Goes West on CD, LP, and limited-edition translucent green Peak Vinyl. While supplies last, all pre-orders via the Merge store or your local independent record shop will receive Dispatches from Echo Magic, an 8-song bonus CD that features early versions of five songs from Goes West plus three other tracks from the session that are only available here.