Having spent the last few years touring the world from far away places like Japan to the sunkist shores of Spain, from enthusiastic crowds of thousands in London and Stockholm, right through the hottest American clubs, it's no secret that Adam Tyler and his catchy electronic pop captivates all those who are there to listen and party. With acclaim from the likes of AOL,Huffington Post and NBC singing his praises, Adam Tyler is starting to quickly make his way onto everyone's 'must listen' pop playlist.
2014 sees the re-release of Adam Tyler's incredible debut album 'Shattered Ice' as a new deluxe edition with a staggering thirty-one tracks (yes, 31!) - a definite pop explosion! With 13 new studio tracks levelling-up the original debut album alongside heart-felt and never-before-released bonus acoustic versions of his signature songs, the deluxe edition is sure to delight Adam's growing and dedicated worldwide fan base whilst marking a new era for new pop music fanatics to jump on-board.
Adam Tyler will be working on brand new music throughout the remainder of this year and his new single 'Knew You Better' is already starting to light up the pop blogosphere this summer.
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