Michael Tyler is becoming a popular name in the current wave of young artists making a name for themselves in Music City. After moving from his hometown of Thayer, Missouri in 2012, the 24-year-old artist has had success as a writer being a part of Dierks Bentley’s “Somewhere On A Beach”, and the Jason Aldean/ Kelsea Ballerini track “First Time Again.” Now he’s becoming known as an artist himself with his new single “They Can’t See.”
Tyler co-wrote the song with Jaren Boyer and Brandon Hood, and has been consistently performing it during his live shows, whether acoustic or with a full band. I love songs that can paint pictures and with lyrics like “those stained glass eyes are always praying for me…” and “she’s the hand in my forever…,” this song is successful at being the sweet, romantic, playful message it was meant to be.
This is a feel good song that anybody can get addicted to. Aside from Tyler’s smooth voice crooning the lyrics, the beat in this song is infectious. Men will want to play it for that special woman in their life, and women will love hearing they’re appreciated for all those “more than skin deep” aspects of who they are.
“They Can’t See” is currently being featured on Sirius XM The Highway’s #OnTheHorizon segment and Michael Tyler’s growing fan base is consistently mentioning and purchasing the song on a variety of social media platforms to keep it in rotation for consecutive weeks.
You can find more about Michael Tyler at themichaeltyler.com. Don’t forget to head over to iTunes to purchase this new song from a rising star in country music!