YAEL MEYER ASSERTS EVERYTHING WILL BE ALRIGHT WITH NOVEMBER 15 RELEASE
Chilean American Singer-Songwriter to have three songs in sequel to 2010 comedy film “Que Pena Tu Vida”
LOS ANGELES, CA (Tuesday, August 16, 2011) – Chilean born, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Yael Meyer (http://www.yaelmeyermusic.com) has confirmed a November 15th as the release date for her new CD Everything Will Be Alright on Kli Records.
Tracks from the album are:
3. Used To Be
5. I Wonder How
6. Shed Their Fear
7. Tea For Two
8. Home To Me
9. Everything Will Be Alright
10. The Night
11. Will They Forget
Everything Will Be Alright was recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Bill Lefler (Ingrid Michaelson, Tim Myers, Fall Out Boy, Gym Class Heroes). It includes guest appearances by Danny Levin on trumpet (Lenka), Joseph Karnes on bass (Fitz and The Tantrums), Dani Endrei on moog source, Jessica Carton on cello and David Hawkins on bass. Meyer plays guitar, piano, keyboards, glockenspiel, vibraphone and percussion.
Yael Meyer’s voice and music have been featured in Ralph Lauren runway shows, and numerous recordings and films including Life Unexpected, Drop Dead Diva, MTV’s Awkward and Private Practice. Last year, Chilean filmmaker Nicolas Lopez featured three of her songs in his smash comedy Que Pena Tu Vida (F*** My Life).
Yael will soon be heading to South America in support of the Lopez’ sequel film Que Pena Tu Boda (F*** My Wedding) which features three new songs from Everything Will Be Alright. The visit will include a full press tour and live dates in Santiago, Chile. Yael will later head back to the US where she will be touring the west coast in support of her upcoming release. The tour will include live dates in Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, Seattle and Portland.
ABOUT YAEL MEYER
Born in Santiago Chile, educated at Boston’s Berklee College of Music and honing her craft in New York and Los Angeles, Yael Meyer has released Common Ground (September 2004) and Heartbeat EP (November 2009). Proclaimed “a female version of Death Cab For Cutie meets Jack Johnson” and praised for her “crystal clear” vocals and harmonies and “pristine” acoustic guitar work, Meyer’s live performances take her around the globe, although she calls Los Angeles her home. Her new CD Everything Will Be Alright will be released on November 15, 2011 on Kli Records.