EMERSON HART Releases Third Solo Album “32 Thousand Days”


Releases Third Solo Album
32 Thousand Days

“Musically [the songs] exhibit the professionalism you would expect from a veteran singer-songwriter with Hart’s experience.”

– American Songwriter

“A grandiose slow rocker combining big radio hooks and melodic precision rarely heard still today. The soulful number combines a righteous singer-songwriter flare reminiscent of Josh Ritter and The Avett Brothers, while maintaining Hart’s own unique charming pop flourishes.” 

– Glide Magazine

“Channel the author’s realization that life is precious and, like this album, not to be underestimated”

– Paste

“Emerson Hart likes to refer to his songs as snapshots, and those pictures aren’t always pretty.”
– Huffington Post

“The ups and downs are strewn all throughout the lyrics of his new material.”

– CBS News

Emerson Hart, acclaimed singer-songwriter and lead singer of Tonic, releases his third solo album 32 Thousand Days available today! We often hear of writers setting out to pen the “great American novel” as an ode to an epoch of history to which they can speak at length. By the same token, Emerson Hart assembled a sonic version of “great American novel” with 32 Thousand Days. The plaintive and poetic track pairs a soft and steady beat with delicate strumming that offers up a direct tribute to his stepfather’s 32,000 days. PRESS HERE to listen.

Hart’s upcoming album tells the great American story of his 93-year-old stepfather (Arthur) who is a New York City native, lied about his age to join the merchant marines at 16-years-old and fought bravely in World War II. Hart takes the listener on a journey by examining the myriad of Arthur’s experiences during his life as well as his own.

This album is really meant to be listened to as one piece. Maybe you’ll feel connected to at least one of the snapshots in a part of somebody’s life. I’m looking for that one thing. You have that connection and photograph in your mind. It’s something to relate to. It’s a vehicle to get us through our own ninety-year journey. – Emerson Hart

Emerson is no stranger to penning hits over his 25-year career creating works of art that resonate with fans and quickly become classics. He fronts the multi-platinum GRAMMY® Award-nominated alternative rock institution Tonic that has racked up six Top 10 singles including “If You Could Only See,” which was the #1 most-played rock song of 1998. Tonic has sold over 4 million records, received multiple Grammy nominations, and toured the world. In addition to Tonic, Emerson built a growing solo discography. 2007’s Cigarettes & Gasoline garnered tastemaker praise and yielded two Top 20 singles. In 2014, Beauty In Disrepair arrived as a fan and critical favorite lauded by USA TodayHuffington PostGuitar World, and many more. Following a rigorous tour cycle, he buckled down at his Nashville studio and set about crafting 32 Thousand Days in early 2018.

To listen to the album 32 Thousand Days – PRESS HERE

32 Thousand Days– Track Listing
1. Lucky One
2. First to Love
3. It’s True
4. She Makes It Rain
5. I Get You
6. Island
7. Lights Out
8. When I had You
9. Amen
10. Ageless
11. Disposable
12. Old Friend
13. Kids
14. 32 Thousand Days

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