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The music video for “Go”, the first single from singer/ songwriter ’s self-titled debut album, is now live on Church’s official YouTube channel.

Directed by award-winning filmmaker Faith Granger, the video showcases Church on a lonely stretch of highway in a classic 1932 Ford Highboy Roadster (and star of Granger’s 2011 film Deuce of Spades) as reflective thoughts of his former love linger in the desert before fading away.

“When it’s gone, all that’s left are just memories,” sings Church as model Danel Azimova roams across the parched landscape in a white wedding dress as she holds on to the heavy baggage of a leather suitcase.

Granger also took on the visionary aspects of the shoot, responsible for conceiving the script, crafting the expansive cinematography on a Canon and editing the final work on a VEGAS Pro 16. Watch the full video of ‘Go’ at

The album , produced by Kosta Lois with violin/string arrangements by Jenni Asher, is available at the following:

Purchase on iTunes

Stream on Apple Music

Stream on Spotify

Buy on Amazon

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 Singer/songwriter Hyland Church is ready to step into the spotlight as a solo artist, as his self-titled album release makes its highly-anticipated debut March 29, 2019.

Growing up in small town of St. Joseph, Missouri, Church began playing guitar at the young age of 12. At 16 he was performing professionally with local band Ariel, touring the Midwest region. He re-rooted in Los Angeles shortly after with the band Harlow, and has played/worked with artists such as Renee Olstead (Warner Brothers), Joe Solo (Macy Gray), Mike Plotnikoff (Kelly Clarkson), Electra (The Voice contestant), local LA guitar legend Greg Leon, DC4 (Metal Blade Records), Grave danger (MCA Records) and many more.

After years of playing, songwriting and producing other artists, Church teamed up with Royal Academy violinist Jenni Asher and recorded Hyland Church. Produced by Kosta Lois, who also played piano on the album. the record hits emotional depth and brings Midwest roots to the forefront. To learn more about Hyland Church visit


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