Jonas Tomalty Releases New Single ‘All In For You’

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Juno-nominated singer, Jonas is excited to announce the launch of his brand new solo project under his full name, Jonas Tomalty (pronounced TOM-AL-T). The first single “All In For You” has been given a worldwide digital release through Big Slice Records on Friday, May 18th at

Perhaps best known as lead singer of his chart-topping rock band, Jonas & The Massive Attraction, the new direction took Tomalty back to his youth and is inspired by the singer/songwriters he grew up listening to around the family living room and his love of modern music and production.

The past two years, Jonas found himself writing in New Orleans, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Nashville opposite pop, rock, and country luminaries like Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith, Carrie Underwood) and Anders Osborne (Tim McGraw) plus fellow Canadians Serena Ryder, Gavin Brown, and Simon Wilcox (Nick Jonas/Walk Off The Earth), with Tomalty tapping a passion for genre-busting storytelling that dates to his childhood.

“Over the years, I’ve been writing songs that I haven’t been able to work into Jonas & the Massive Attraction sets. And I think people could see this eclectic batch of songs starting to emerge. I want to pursue these other directions. That way, Jonas & the Massive Attraction can continue to be a bluesy, thunderous rock project while the Jonas Tomalty project explores my curiosity with old-school singer/songwriter ideas within a modern structure. It really is a win all around. And I couldn’t be more excited.”

“All In For You” is a snapshot of the Montreal-based Tomalty’s current worldview. Co-written and produced with heavyweight Fred St-Gelais (Simple Plan, David Usher), “All In For You” is an exhilarating blast of sophisticated pop destined to pour from car speakers all summer.

The rollicking, technicolor single — propelled by Tomalty’s magnetic voice and, occasionally, his weightless falsetto — also offers a tantalizing glimpse of what’s to come this fall when Tomalty issues a hotly anticipated full-length solo album.

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