PREMIERE: Michael Tyree moves forward by looking back on “All the Time”

By Matt Wickstrom

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Michael Tyree today shares his introspective and synth-heavy new single “All the Time.”

The song, which Tyree says came about while thinking back on childhood memories, acts as a roller coaster ride of sorts with the artist’s screeching vocals and acoustic guitar action during relatively subdued verses opening the doors to an amped up chorus accompanied with retro, sythn-driven hooks similar to the artists’s prior days as a member of rock group The Past.

“I came up with ‘All the Time’ while reminiscing on memories from my youth, going down scenic country roads in Kentucky near my childhood home and seeing it in a different headspace while transitioning into adulthood,” Tyree said. “I was struck by the words in the side view mirror reading “objects may be closer than they appear” and realized the world is much, much bigger than it seems. ‘All the Time’ captures the nostalgic feeling of being both overwhelmed and in awe of the world around me.”

Listen to “All the Time” below.

Joining Tyree on the track is drummer Lane Hume. “All the Time” was recorded and mixed with J. Tom Hnatow before being mastered by Justin Perkins at Mystery Room Mastering.

Tyree’s only scheduled show remaining in 2019 will take place on Dec. 7 at Abettor Brewing Company in Winchester, Ky. For more information visit


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