Platinum-selling singer-songwriter Phillip Phillips releases a new song, “Magnetic,” today via all digital retailers –http://smarturl.it/MagneticPP. “Magnetic” was co-written by Phillips and produced by Nathan Chapman and follows the summer release of current single “Miles.” Both songs will be featured on Phillips’ new album Collateral which is set for a January 19th release on Interscope Records.
“I’m excited to show people who the new Phillip is,” says Phillips of the new album. “These songs tell the stories about the past three years – all the good, all the bad, all the sad, all the happy. I promise this next release is worth the wait.”
Fans can pre-order physical copies of Collateral starting today at http://shop.phillipphillips.com. Digital album pre-order across all platforms will begin on November 10th and feature an instant download of both “Miles” and “Magnetic.” Collateral follows the 2014 release of Phillips’ sophomore album Behind the Light.
Phillips also announces a 2018 U.S. headline tour. Kicking off February 9th in Cherokee, NC the initial run of dates will include stops in Philadelphia, Boston, New York City, Los Angeles and three shows in his home state of Georgia – Atlanta, Athens and Macon. Fan pre-sale begins Monday at 12pm EST with general ticket on-sale beginning next Friday, November 10th. For all the ticket information visit www.phillipphillips.com.
Since releasing his five-times-platinum debut single “Home” in spring 2012, Phillips has released two chart-topping albums and taken his expansive brand of earthy, guitar-fueled rock to stages across the globe. With his soulful vocals and ruggedly warm sensibilities, the Georgia-bred 26-year-old saw his first full-length effort, The World from the Side of the Moon, go platinum after debuting at #4 on the Billboard Top 200. In 2014 his second album, Behind the Light, offered up the lead anthemic folk-rock radio hit “Raging Fire.” Phillips spent this past summer on tour with Goo Goo Dolls performing tracks from his forthcoming album as well as hits like “Home,” “Gone Gone Gone,” and “Raging Fire.”