“Helium Hearts,” the new single from multi-platinum songwriter Jason Reeves, will be available from all digital retailers tomorrow, followed by a radio impact date of September 20th. The track, which is currently streaming on Reeves’ MySpace page (, is the first single from Reeves’ long-awaited new album, The Lovesick — due for release this winter on Warner Bros. Records.

Produced by Adam Smith, The Lovesick features songwriting collaborations with WBR’s Senior Vice President of A&R Kara DioGuardi, who signed Reeves to the label; as well as Reeves’ frequent collaborator, singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat. Reeves co-wrote 10 tracks on Caillat’s platinum debut Coco, including the smash hit singles “Bubbly” and “Realize,” as well as 10 tracks on the deluxe edition of her album Breakthrough, including current hit single “I Never Told You.”
The 26-year-old Iowa City native has been amassing a strong touring base for the past two years in support of his debut album, The Magnificent Adventures of Heartache (and Other Frightening Tales), which was re-released by Warner Bros. Records after selling briskly as an independent release in 2007. The album’s hook-filled songs of love, hope, heartbreak, and renewal, matched with Reeves’ engaging tenor voice, led iTunes to name Reeves one of the Top Indie Singer-Songwriters of the year.

Reeves is a three-time ASCAP Pop Award winner. His other collaborations include Lenka’s “The Show,” which went to No. 1 in multiple territories around the world and tied with the classic “Stand By Me” for the most-synched song of last year for SonyATV.
The “Helium Hearts” Tour begins August 26th in Seattle, WA, and will stop in more than 30 cities across the United States. Please see below for a full list of tour dates.

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Jason Reeves’ upcoming tour dates are as follows:

8/26 The Vera Project Seattle, WA
8/27 Washington State University Pullman, WA
8/28 The Woods Portland, OR
8/30 Humboldt State University Arcata, CA
8/31 Cafe DuNord San Francisco, CA
9/02 California State University Seaside, CA
9/03 Zoey’s Ventura, CA
9/04 Soho Santa Barbara, CA
9/05 Lestat’s San Diego, CA
9/07 The Mint Los Angeles, CA
9/08 Club Congress Tucson, AZ
9/09 Velour Provo, UT AA
9/12 Soiled Dove Denver, CO
9/14 Blue Door Oklahoma City, OK
9/15 UTSA San Antonio, TX +
9/16 Mango’s Café Houston, TX
9/17 Prophet Bar Dallas, TX
9/18 Momo’s Austin, TX
9/19 Revolution Room Little Rock, AR
9/21 Eddie’s Atlanta, GA
9/22 Evening Muse Charlotte, NC
9/23 Nightcat Easton, MD
9/24 Western New England State College Springfield, MA +
9/25 Jammin Java Vienna, VA
9/27 Harpers Ferry Boston, MA
9/28 World Café Live Philadelphia, PA
9/29 Highline Ballroom New York, NY
10/01 Hard Rock Live Pittsburgh, PA
10/02 Radio Radio Indianapolis, IN
10/03 Rumba Café Columbus, OH
10/05 SPACE Evanston, IL
10/06 Vaudeville Mews Des Moines, IA
10/7 Fine Line Minneapolis, MN AA
10/08 Englert Iowa City IA
10/11 The Slowdown Omaha, NE
10/12 University of South Dakota Vermillian, SD

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