Single Review: Tyler Posey – Past Life

So I’ve been on a bit of a Teen Wolf binge lately, and it inspired me to review the very talented Arden Cho and as you can tell since you’re here also, Tyler Posey. If you aren’t familiar, Tyler is an actor and musician, he is probably most famous for his role in the aforementioned Teen Wolf, where he played the lead character, Scott McCall. However, he has also starred in movies such as White Frog and Truth or Dare and television shows such as Doc, Lincoln Heights and Jane the Virgin. As well as acting, Posey has been able to pursue his passion for music, having performed in bands such as Lost in Kostko, PVMNTS and Five North, the latter of which I reviewed and you can check that out here. Today, though I will be focusing on his solo career, I reviewed his first and second solo singles, which you can check out here and here. Now I am going to review his most recent single Past Life which was on July 16th 2021.

‘Past Life’ opens with light, energetic percussive, and a hammering of strings, which support Posey’s vocals, and after reviewing several tracks by him now, I’m just really vibing with his voice. He has such a perfect pop punk voice, the right balance of passion and ferocity, melody and edge, refrain and abandon. It’s just a great track, catchy, and distinct. Tyler as a solo artist, has really found voice and I’m eager for what he does next.

So that’s what I thought of Tyler Posey’s single ‘Happy’ and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. While you’re at it, make sure and support the artist by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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