West Coast

West Coast is a song initially started in 2015 and was meant to be on Oh My My. However it didn’t happened and some parts were used for Summer Of Love by U2. Current version will be on Human.

Ryan Tedder Exclusive FAULT Magazine Covershoot and interview

It’s no secret that we love a deep dive into the minds of songwriters here at FAULT Magazine so with One Republic working on a new album, it seemed only fitting to once again interview Ryan Tedder!

A much sought after songwriter, penning Ellie Goulding’s Burn, Beyonce’s Halo, Leona Lewis’ Bleeding Love and so many other defining number ones, it’s Ryan Tedder’s One Republic songwriting we wanted to learn more about. Often dubbed “the hitmaker”, it’s not until you listen to a ‘One Republic’ album in full that you can understand fully the man behind the music.

We sat down with Ryan to discuss the upcoming album, pressures from the industry and of course, his FAULTs. Continue reading “Ryan Tedder Exclusive FAULT Magazine Covershoot and interview”

Ryan Tedder on OneRepublic’s new single Didn’t I: ‘Every time you put out a song, it’s like pulling your pants down to the whole world’

Ryan Tedder is a jack of all trades and a master of many within the music industry.

Frontman to OneRepublic, writer of smash hits for Adele, Beyoncé and Taylor Swift, producer for acts such as Shawn Mendes and Ariana Grande, exec of TV show Songland and founder of a sparkling water brand (!) – it seems Ryan really can turn his hand at pretty much anything.
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Bored in quarantine

Since Friday Ryan, Brent and Tyler Spry have been in quarantine in Ryan’s studio in Los Angeles because earlier this week they hung out in London with a friend who was later tested positive. They used this time to finish songs for Human and also did Instagram livestreams with Ryan cooking and them playing live music.

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