Eric Hutchinson To Release Sophomore Album in April

Warner Bros. Records have set an April 17th release date for Eric Hutchinson's sophomore album Moving Up Living Down.

Hutchinson recorded Moving Up Living Down with Mike Elizondo (Eminem, Regina Spektor) in California and Martin Terefe (Jason Mraz, James Morrison) in London after writing the songs at home in New York City. Road-tested in every setting from a converted garage in Salt Lake City to the 30,000-seat Calgary Saddledome, from San Diego to Dubai, the songs reflect an ever-broadening musical palate, from the exuberant folk-pop bounce of "Watching You Watch Him" to the reggae lilt of opener "Talk is Cheap" and the soul grounding of "The Basement."

"The album's called Moving Up Living Down because it's about the chutes and ladders nature of life," explains Hutchinson. "There's no end game. It's about growing pains and I think I've grown a lot since the first album. This is the next step. I feel lucky, really lucky."

Hutchinson will launch an extensive tour in conjunction with the release of the new album. Dates will be announced shortly.

"Watching You Watch Him," the first single from Moving Up Living Down, tied with Coldplay for #1 Most Added at AAA this week, and was Most Added at Hot AC. It can already be heard on such stations as KFOG/San Francisco, WXRV/Boston, WRNR/Baltimore and KCSN/Los Angeles. The track provided the backdrop for the opening of ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" season premiere and will be released on iTunes February 7.

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