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P.J. Pacifico Posts Lyric Video For “Walls”, Sets Sights on Next CD with Songwriting Sessions in Los Angeles and Nashville
(Published: October 16, 2014)

P.J. Pacifico Posts Lyric Video For "Walls", Sets Sights on Next CD with Songwriting Sessions in Los Angeles and Nashville

Singer-songwriter P.J. Pacifico has posted a new music video for the dreamscape track ‘Walls', from his recent EP release ‘Overlooking the Obvious' (Viper). The Pacifico original features backing vocals by long-time collaborator, Garrison Starr. Watch & listen via link below.

Upon its 2013 release, Pacifico's ‘Overlooking the Obvious' earned substantial coverage - Blurt Magazine posted an Exclusive Video Premiere, American Songwriter debuted an Exclusive track, Daytrotter hosted a session, The CW TV invited P.J. to perform, and AbsolutePunk raved "this concise collection is an absolute treasure."  In 2014, Pacifico released ‘Reaching', a thought-provoking follow-up track that shined a light on the ‘selfies' culture and suggested we should be building real-world memories instead of the disposable ones sent from touchscreen-to-touchscreen. American Songwriter World Premiered the song and its lyric video:

In recent months, since returning from a U.S. and European tour, Pacifico has been focusing on writing songs for his next album, and for TV. His new songs were co-written in Nashville and Los Angeles with Mindy Smith, Tofer Brown, Robby Hecht, Nielson Hubbard and more. Additional details will be announced soon.

Over the past few years, pop/rock singer-songwriter P.J. Pacifico has evolved from beloved under-the-radar, CT hometown hero to an internationally-respected indie to be reckoned with, praised in such media outlets as M Music & Musicians Magazine, iTunes Editorial, American Songwriter and scores of other print, web and television placements throughout the U.S.  Reviewers have repeatedly compared him to Paul Simon, James Taylor, Matthew Sweet and others, while embracing his live performance chops and upbeat, radio-friendly songwriting. With influences including The Smiths, Morrissey and Del Amitri, Pacifico has earned raves - see a sampling of press coverage, here: http://www.pjpacifico.com/

His sound has been described as "a jam session between James Taylor and Matthew Sweet," with some classic rock influences thrown in for good measure. His songs feel immediately familiar and comfortable; straight from the heart and sure to get stuck in your head. Pacifico tours on a regular basis - a series of solo and full band dates; both as a headliner and as an opening act for several certified legends. has shared the stage with Crosby, Stills & Nash, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Sugarland, Hank Williams Jr., Levon Helm, Leon Russell, Bob Weir & Ratdog, The Wailers, The Low Anthem, Donavon Frankenreiter, Dar Williams, Guster, moe., Ryan Shaw, and Sean Kelly of The Samples. His trademark brand of warm, inviting, hook-filled songs, the themes of love and survival, redemption and recovery, have endeared him to a growing number of fans from coast-to-coast. He saw breakthrough success with ‘Outlet' and ‘Surface', and charted a confident new path with ‘Overlooking the Obvious'. On ‘Reaching', he elevated the conversation and set the stage for his next album release.

visit - http://www.pjpacifico.com/new/
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More Information: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJF3VvO_vrs

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