Tyler Childers’ New Album Rustin’ In The Rain Out Today On All Platforms

The new album follows last year’s triple album, Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?,

Rustin’ In The Rain, the highly anticipated new album from renowned singer, songwriter and musician Tyler Childers, is out today via Hickman Holler Records/RCA Records.

Already receiving critical attention, Childers recently spoke with The New York Times, who praises, “His songs with roots in bluegrass, Southern rock and Appalachian tradition have pushed the boundaries of country music and even his own fan base, while cementing him as one of the most successful touring and streaming artists in his field—without the aid of radio,” and continues, “when he sings live, his eyes burn with the ferocity of a preacher, and fans hang on to every word.” 

Additionally, ahead of the release, Childers debuted breakthrough lead single, “In Your Love,” alongside an official music video, which debuted as YouTube’s #1 trending music video last month.

Watch “In Your Love” by Tyler Childers

Since then, the song has garnered over 6.1 million video views and 30 million on-demand streams along with acclaim from outlets such as NPR MusicBillboardPitchforkStereogumConsequenceThe AdvocateOUTLGBTQ Nation and Rolling Stone, who praises, “the music video of compassion and caring we need right now.” 

Additionally, USA Today calls the video “a much-needed portrait of inclusivity,” while Paste declares, “Childers is the most essential mainstream country musician working right now.”

Watch the making of “In Your Love” written/creative directed by Silas House, and starring Colton Haynes and James Scully

In addition to “In Your Love,” the album also features new renditions of Kris Kristofferson’s “Help Me Make It Through the Night” and S.G. Goodman’s “Space and Time” as well as special guest vocals from Goodman, Margo Price and Erin Rae (“Luke 2:8-10”) and Ronnie McCoury, Jason Carter and Alan Bartram of the Travelin’ McCourys (“Percheron Mules”).

The new music adds to yet another landmark year for Childers, who was recently presented with Pandora Radio’s Billions Award and will embark on his global “Mule Pull ’24 Tour” next year. Newly confirmed stops include New York’s Madison Square Garden, Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena (two nights), Inglewood’s Kia Forum, Austin’s Moody Center, Fort Worth’s Dickies Arena and London’s Eventim Apollo as well as shows in Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Norway and more. Special guests on the tour include Medium Build, Hayes Carll, Sylvan Esso, 49 Winchester, John R. Miller and Allison Russell. See below for complete itinerary. 

Tickets for the U.S. dates will be available for pre-sale starting Wednesday, September 13 at 10:00AM local time through 10:00PM local time, with general on-sale following Friday, September 15 at 9:00AM local time. General on-sale for the Knoxville show will begin September 15 at 12:00PM local time.

Registration for pre-sale access is open now via Ticketmaster, full details can be found at www.tylerchildersmusic.com/tour

Recorded at Dragline Studios, the album was produced by Childers and The Food Stamps—James Barker (pedal steel), Craig Burletic (bass), CJ Cain (guitar), Rodney Elkins (drums), Chase Lewis (keyboards) and Jesse Wells (guitar, fiddle). 

The new album follows last year’s triple album, Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?, which featured eight songs presented in three distinct sonic perspectives—Hallelujah, Jubilee and Joyful Noise. Released to widespread acclaim, Esquire praised, “Who’s doing it better than Childers in roots music these days? No one,” while the Associated Press declared, “fearless exuberance…one of country music’s most compelling and unpredictable artists” and NPR Music asserted, “eight songs so good he had to record them thrice.”

Before Hounds, Childers released 2020’s Grammy-nominated surprise album, Long Violent History, which NPR Music called an “explicit and remarkable stand in solidarity.” His two previous releases, 2019’s #1 Country Squire as well 2017’s RIAA Platinum debut, Purgatory, were released to overwhelming critical and commercial acclaim. In the years since his debut, Childers has earned two Grammy nominations and has been featured on “CBS This Morning,” “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” NPR Music’s Tiny Desk Concert series and “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.” 

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