Eric Paslay Gets ‘Dressed In Black’ For Sophomore Release

Eric Paslay. Photo: Joseph Llanes

Eric Paslay. Photo: Joseph Llanes

EMI Records Nashville artist Eric Paslay is gearing up to release his sophomore album Dressed In Black. Paslay co-wrote all 12 of the album’s tracks including the first single “High Class.” The album is expected to be released this summer, although a release date has not yet been announced.

The project, produced by Marshall Altman, follows Paslay’s self-titled debut album which produced “Friday Night,” “Song About A Girl,” and “She Don’t Love You.”

Paslay says, “I’m grateful that we are getting to celebrate some life in another album. I always strive for, as an artist and musician, something that lasts. Not just popular now. It’s not just something on a page, but it somehow finds you in a restaurant, or on a dance floor, or in your car alone that makes you go ‘what is that?’”

Paslay will head to Las Vegas this week for the 51st ACM Awards, where “She Don’t Love You” is nominated as Song of The Year.

EP-Tracklisting-TextureDressed In Black Track Listing:
1. “Angels In This Town” (Eric Paslay, Corey Crowder, Erik Dylan)
2. “All Or Nothin’” (Eric Paslay, Skip Black, Matt Nolen)
3. “Takin’ My Heartbeat Higher” (Eric Paslay, Sarah Buxton, Zach Crowell)
4. “High Class” (Eric Paslay, Corey Crowder, Jesse Frasure)
5. “Dressed In Black” (Eric Paslay, Ross Copperman, Jaren Johnston)
6. “Let You In My Heart” (Eric Paslay, Dylan Altman)
7. “Pretty Girl Fly” (Eric Paslay, Ross Copperman, Jon Nite)
8. “Backstage Pass” (Eric Paslay, Jessi Alexander, Liz Rose)
9. “Fall Apart” (Eric Paslay, Natalie Hemby)
10. “Water Into Wine” (Eric Paslay, Tom Shapiro, Neil Thrasher)
11. “Sun” (Eric Paslay, Nathan Chapman)
12. “Wild And Young” (Eric Paslay, Chris Wallin)

Watch the making of Dressed In Black Below:

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