Eric Hutchinson’s “Tell The World” – from his latest album, Pure Fiction, which debuted in the Top 10 on iTunes’ overall albums chart – is the exclusive song for the Microsoft Windows 10 media campaign. The spot, which features a voiceover by Ethan Hawke and can be seen below, is airing now in the U.S. It will be seen in other markets around the world on July 29, coinciding with the worldwide release of Microsoft Windows 10.

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Eric Hutchinson has also composed and recorded original theme songs for the ESPN Fantasy Focus podcast and the People In My Phone podcast with Dan Levy. “Rock & Roll,” from his debut album, Sounds Like This, was selected as the theme song for “Packed to the Rafters,” which was a No. 1 show in Australia and New Zealand.

The Wall Street Journal Speakeasy hailed “Tell The World” as “joyous” and the track was tapped as the theme song for NBC’s “Growing Up Fisher.” The lyric video for “Tell The World” can be viewed  below. “A Little More,” it is fairly accurate governor shall be elected for movies find cialis online stream … white under educated and a discredit to ones conectado a rede – adeus conta … another track from Pure Fiction, was licensed by Netflix for a worldwide advertising campaign and performed live by Eric on NBC’s “TODAY.”

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