As front man of the band, The Click Five, Kyle Patrick has sold over two million records to date with number-one singles in no less than eight countries. 2008 saw The Click Five headline sold-out arenas on three continents as well as perform with heavyweights like “The Black Eyed Peas”, “One Republic”, “Gym Class Heroes”, “Panic! at the Disco”, and “The Script”.

The year culminated in a sea of wins for the band, including the “Knockout Award” from MTV Asia, “Band of the Year” from Singapore’s 987FM, and nominations for “Song of the Year” for “Jenny”, “Male Vocalist of the Year” for Kyle, along with a win for “Outstanding Pop Act of the Year” at the Boston Music Awards. The band’s third album, TCV was released in 2011 with number-one singles in multiple countries.


Blasting out of the gates with his debut solo album on 20th July 2012, Kyle Patrick is now ready to take fans on a whirlwind journey with upbeat, dance-worthy tracks, and a worldly feel fit for pop radio. The five-track, self-titled EP is filled with infectious, fun hooks that showcase his powerful voice and knack for writing pop songs.

The leadoff single, “Go For Gold!” recently released, along with a 3D music video:

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“I want to surprise and inspire people, and I want to surprise myself,” says Kyle of his creative approach to the new album. The entire project was funded by his fans in partnership with PledgeMusic. With this platform, he has stayed close to fans by including them in the record-making process with behind-the-scenes videos, photos, and rough recordings of brand new songs.

“You are just as much a part of this as I am”, he tells his fans.

To hear all his songs, click! For more information on Kyle, hit up his official website.

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