Tyler Posey has released his new single, “Gravity” from his upcoming album, UNRAVEL, out May 26th. Following his previous single, “Lemon”, “Gravity” is a dynamic track, starting off with an acoustic intro that gives way to a full-band anthemic love letter. Listen to the song now below.
On the new track, Tyler shares, “’Gravity’ is special… Like they all are goddammit, but this was the first song Phem and I wrote together. It was supposed to be on my last EP but it didn’t fit the theme of it. So, this one has been a favorite of mine for years now. I’m happy to finally show it to the world!”
UNRAVEL features sixteen new tracks, including “Lemon,” which premiered originally in Teen Wolf: The Movie on Paramount+. The album is available to pre-order now HERE.
On the new album, Tyler shares, “Being an independent artist, there is a lot of freedom, and that’s exactly what this album is. Freedom. It’s got every genre from screamo hardcore punk to chill beach vibes. Listen to it from start to finish in order, to really experience the ride that is UNRAVEL, my first full length LP!”
Tyler Posey is no stranger to the spotlight. His storied acting and music career spans over a decade starring in dozens of TV shows and movies including Teen Wolf and Truth or Dare, as well as being a member of multiple bands including PVMNTS and Five North. In 2020, Posey decided to take a big step in his music career by becoming a solo artist
Standing alone in the spotlight for the first time has been freeing in more ways than one, least of all when it comes to his courage to open up about the hell that was 2020. The early days of the COVID pandemic were particularly pronounced for him, exacerbating deep-rooted anxiety, depression and childhood trauma that manifested in a self-destructive pattern of drug and alcohol abuse. Left to his own devices while quarantine orders ruled Los Angeles, life inside Posey’s home became a dangerous cycle of isolation and intoxication.
This new chapter of Posey’s career sets off a powder keg of personal reflection and growth, grounded by his elastic voice, juxtaposing a devil-may-care growl and smooth-throated pop-punk sheen.