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Other highlights include the tender, regretful “Fly,” which tells of a lamenting lover whose partner has been untrue, defiantly offering no second chances. “When you come back, I’ll be out of your life, say goodbye,” Tinatin sings. Similarly, the midtempo “Said and Done” gracefully acknowledges when it’s time to turn the page and begin a new chapter; while “If You Ever” is a lovely lilting ballad that assures a helping hand: “If you lose your ground, if you come undone/If I held you in my arms, you would feel the love inside.”

Writers: Tinatin Japaridze, Ayhan Sahin


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

TINATIN RELEASES DEBUT EP “WILD,” FOCUSING ATTENTION
ON POTENTIAL RAVAGES OF CLIMATE CHANGE;
RELEASED ON THE EVE OF ANNUAL EARTH DAY

As catastrophic events continue to impact the very ground we walk on, from the devastating combination of earthquakes and tsunamis in Japan and Haiti to the potential ravages of climate change, Earth Day is a more urgent call to arms than ever. This year, the 41st annual cause, designed to inspire awareness and appreciation for our natural environment, culminates on April 22, with education, public policy and consumer campaigns in more than 175 nations.

If music is the universal language, then perhaps there is no better way to spread the message than song. Singer/songwriter Tinatin grew up in the Soviet Republic of Georgia—hit by a 6.2 magnitude earthquake in 2009—while collaborator and co-songwriter/producer Ayhan Sahin worked for a decade as a civil engineer in his native Turkey—witnessing hell on earth as an equally hard-hitting earthquake devastated the nation’s northwestern region in 1999, near the metropolis of Istanbul.

Today, both New York-based musicians have banded to record Tinatin’s debut EP, “Wild” on Young Pals Music. It’s no coincidence that the six-song collection is timed for release on April 19, the eve of Earth Day. Its title track offers a socially conscious anthem about the consequences of climate change, as a rash of alarming trends sweep the land: “temperatures plummeting to 12 below at the equator, a dry spell across South America’s tropical rain forests and fire along the Polar ice caps.”

The song also includes a nod to Al Gore’s “Alliance for Climate Protection,” in the lyric, “Al sends regards, he said he is going out of his mind/The sun is shining in the middle of a quiet Carthage night,” referring to his Tennessee hometown. In hand, 10% of the song’s proceeds from iTunes will be donated to Gore’s foundation.

In addition, the force field of cacophonous percussio
FLY

You call her behind closed doors
The note in your hand is hers
You must think I’m blind
Someone else on your mind, it just hurts

Her picture is on the wall
Her fingerprints on your heart
You say you’re just friends
Nothing more nothing less, what a mess

Here that you’re getting close
It’s time that I let you go

Fly across the sky, you’re free
Fly like a bird, you’ll see
No need to worry, I’ll be out of your sight in a while
Fly across the universe
Far from these broken arms
When you come back , I’ll be out of your life
Say goodbye

Promises that you made
Feeling we use to share
You cant turn away and pretend its ok
What a shame

Nothing is left to say
Its time that you walk away

Song Comments

Spaceboy
Very cool modern pop with neat unexpected chord changes,creative production and sweet vox..No more records on the radio..but Spaceboy likes this one playing on his cosmo-pod


eYe 2
eYe dig the vibe, Fly has some juice to it


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