Live performance by PT and the band, featuring:
Sirens, Leeches, No Time To Sweat, Don’t Forget About Me.
“PT Walkley offers up an album of pure pop heaven… with horns”
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And here’s the download of SIRENS!
Tune in to Sundance Channel’s “Live From Abbey Road” and catch 3 new PT Walkley videos, set to air during the breaks, presented by Buick. Tonight is the debut of “Up The Walls”… The first in the series was “Lovely World”. And in two weeks, the world premier of the video for the title track to Walkley’s upcoming EP “Whats What”…
Tune in Friday nights at 8pm EST for new episodes!
So glad to see we weren’t the only ones who enjoyed ‘Mr Macy Wakes Alone’…
Number One!! Props from WEHM
Long Island Press gives us the love with a #6 nod!
East Bay Express lumps me in with U2 and Fogerty!
‘Annoyingly Boring’ calls it anything but that
PT Walkley’s soft vocals make for an intimate musical experience. His debut album, Mr. Macy Wakes Alone is a charming medley of whimsical tunes that piece together to create an all-inclusive work. Sure the songs are great on their own, but the way Walkley molds each song together creates a perfect storybook…
A storyteller from a long-lost era, the composer and singer PT Walkley spins tales of New York City’s financially privileged and morally bankrupt youth on his cinematic debut album, “Mr. Macy Wakes Alone.”
Come out the the Southpaw show on April 17th and find out what the New Yorker is talking about.
What a warm welcome from the Local News in Philadelphia! Catch the a great video of the band performing “why”. Hope to get back and visit soon!
In a day and age of singles and standout tracks filling Billboard charts, a concept record like Mr. Macy Wakes Alone could be risky. But with extraordinary musicality, tender and compelling lyrics, and a fantastic sense of showmanship, P.T. Walkley has delivered one of the most engagingly creative albums of the year.
From the moment the string quartet began sawing away during “Introduction”, the beginning track to PT Walkley’s new album, Mr. Macy Wakes Alone, it is blatant that this is not your usual acoustic sing-a-long. Although Walkley is far from unbeknown to the music industry, this album is ultimately definitive of his excellence as a singer, songwriter, and recording artitst
Hey now! Read it all at Popwreck(oning).com
We are beaming with excitement over our review in Billboard Magazine!
PT Walkley…blends feel-good, upbeat pop with Brit rock.
Read the entire article in Billboard’s Music Underground
Check out our review featured in CMJ New Music First
The vibrant strings of the introductory song are an early indication of the album’s musical expansiveness. Walkley’s song structures are widely arrayed, as he creates a unique soundscape to compliment each track…
Read the entire article at NPR but here is a little taste…
The character descriptions are so colorful and the instrumentation so whimsical that Mr. Macy Wakes Alone could easily be adapted for the stage…PT Walkley expertly matches the dark and satirical plot elements with equally romantic string arrangements, eerily jubilant choral vocals, and brass interludes.
The folks over at WEHM have been singing the praises of their local artist PT Walkley! They are treating their fans right by giving away free tickets to the release show and a chance to win a copy of Mr. Macy Wakes Alone
Paste.com is featuring “Audrey Macy” as the video of the day! Go on, check it out!
Listeners of 101.9 have already heard “Somebody” play on the radio. Now PT is featured on the front page of the website – thanks for the continued support from everyone at 101.9!
TheFrontloader.com picks PT as their featured artist!
When I first heard a few selections off Mr. Macy Wakes Alone, I was immediately drawn to the instrumentation. You will find the “usual” instruments like drums, guitars, bass, piano… but you will also hear a wonderful arrangement of strings, horns, flutes, choirs, a harp, and a saw…It is definitely more than this “sonic collage” that makes the album sonically interesting, though… the arrangements are just as complex. Check out “Calvin the Coroner” and you will see what I mean. Built inside two minutes and seventeen seconds, PT takes you through distinct movements within this song … I absolutely LOVE the piano work that bookends the tune