17 March 2018

Tim Chesley is now a Revolver Records artist

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I am proud to announce that I have been signed by an independent English label “Revolver Records”.

With Revolver we have decided to reissue and distribute my last two albums “Maybe One Day” and “Rain”.

Here is a link to access these two albums on line, via the Revolver Records website:


To be signed by a record label is a true accomplishment for me. Even though I have abandoned today the idea of success and living out of my music, to be signed by a label means for me the recognition of years of work and efforts to produce good music with interesting ideas.

Another positive aspect of things now is that Revolver Records is going to support me in producing and releasing my future albums (to know that you have a record label behind you with dedicated people is a good source of motivation).

Revolver Records is currently promoting my music in England (my songs got airplay on an independent NFP radio station, etc.) and I will keep you posted about this.

Unfortunately right now I am very busy and am lacking time to spend on recording new material, but things should clear up during 2018, and my goal is to record a follow-up to “Rain”. Of course I will keep you posted through my website, Facebook and Twitter

All the best to everyone.

Tim Chesley.


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It’s so hard // 1997 Lost Years
  1. It’s so hard // 1997 Lost Years
  2. Maybe One Day (orchestral drums version) // Tim Chesley - 2009 Dusk
  3. Chinese Lady // 2012 Maybe One Day
  4. Wild Horse // 1997 Lost Years
  5. LET IT BE YOURSELF // Tim Chesley - 2006 Tim Chesley - 12 tracks
  6. Dusk (single piano version) // Tim Chesley - 2009 Dusk
  7. We Are Nothing // Tim Chesley - 2008 Dreaming is the way
  8. Maybe One Day (alternative version) // 2012 Maybe One Day
  9. Croire Au Bonheur // 2012 Maybe One Day
  10. Sous la Mer // Tim Chesley - 2001 Aloxe
  11. Song of the Fall // 1997 Lost Years
  12. Fin du monde // Tim Chesley - 2001 Aloxe