Rayland Baxter’s anticipated new full-length album, Imaginary Man, is out now on ATO Records Entertainment Weekly praises, “…a standout song on an album full of excellent writing and careful melodies. The track balances warm acoustics, and side-eyed, self-deprecating lyrics.” On Imaginary Man Baxter proves that Nashville sensibilities can work like a prism: filtering indie, pop, outlaw and gospel into the musical ethos of a single man. On this album, Rayland builds melodies with lush guitars, keyboards and harmonies far closer to the Shins than Blake Shelton. In support of the album, Baxter is currently in the midst of nationwide tour, including a series of dates supporting Grace Potter and Jason Isbell.