New Tilian Pearson Single

2014-04-25 by Zachery S. Cotto | 17 Comments
Current Dance Gavin Dance vocalist Tilian Pearson has released a new single, "Future
Friends," as a part of his solo project. It can be streamed via UTG at this link:

http://www.underthegunreview.net/2014/04/22/utg-premiere-tilian-future-friends/

It is also available on itunes for purchase.

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AtomicWaste
Moderator
April 25th 2014
2516 Comments


Yeahhhh, I'm excited for this new album.

OwMySnauze
April 25th 2014
1583 Comments


"Current Dance Gavin Dance vocalist"... Wat

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Rowan5215
Contributing Reviewer
April 25th 2014
35619 Comments


Well you see, he's currently the vocalist of Dance Gavin Dance

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OwMySnauze
April 25th 2014
1583 Comments


My bad lol I thought I was in the Kurt Travis thread :P

Rowan5215
Contributing Reviewer
April 25th 2014
35619 Comments


My, how awkward this is

OwMySnauze
April 25th 2014
1583 Comments


It's a good thing we're chums

Rowan5215
Contributing Reviewer
April 25th 2014
35619 Comments


But of course. This is Sputnik! Everyone's a friend

Calc
April 25th 2014
14913 Comments


"because this stuff has Top 40 written all over it."

that'd be neat but I'ma go head and doubt that.

MuhNamesTyler
April 25th 2014
5682 Comments


Any other current/former vocalists of DGD releasing anything else in the next few days? Geez



Don't really know how I really feel about the song on first listen but I'll DL this when it comes out

ZachNyeScienceGuy
April 25th 2014
94 Comments


Apparently the itunes link is broken... again (I've used two different ones at this point). It technically IS available on itunes, you just have to search for it. Keep in mind his itunes artist name is only his first name, so nothing will come up if you search Tilian Pearson.

TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
April 25th 2014
20841 Comments


Song rules. I'm totally okay with the fact he uses on his solo project to explore poppier territory. There is nothing like *amazing* about this track, it's just super solid throughout.

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DatBeefPudding
April 25th 2014
1599 Comments


This is Sputnik! Everyone's a friend

lol.

the fact he uses on his solo project

what do you mean by this?

TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
April 25th 2014
20841 Comments


I didn't mean to type "on"

joshuahuntkc
April 26th 2014
1783 Comments


His debut album was really really good however I wasn't impressed by this single. Maybe it'll grow on me but I'm not feeling

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
April 26th 2014
29568 Comments


always thought this guy should put out a hip-hop album

seems like someone else had the same idea


stoked

Thealwaysopenedmind
April 26th 2014
399 Comments


FALL! IN LINE! WITH ME! It's all that I see! What I! Believe!

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paradox1216
Emeritus
April 27th 2014
730 Comments


Seems fairly in line with some of the best material me stuff, so I approve



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