Jon Bellion’s Debut Album ‘The Human Condition’ Available For Pre-Order




Pre-order Launches Today For The Human Condition, Set For Release On June 10 Via Capitol Records/Visionary Music Group


North American Headline Tour Kicks Off June 20

Today, Jon Bellion released “All Time Low,” a track from his full-length debut album, The Human Condition. The song, a longtime fan favorite, topped the Billboard Twitter Emerging Artists chart earlier this year and has more than 20 million streams. Now it is finally available for purchase HERE. “All Time Low” is now streaming on YouTube and Spotify.

Working in his parents’ basement, the New York-based singer, songwriter, musician and producer recorded a series of mixtapes featuring his original songs. He built a remarkable following by sharing his music directly with listeners, giving away more than 175,000 free downloads of 2014’s The Definition, and playing live for fans on two sold-out national tours. His songs have more than 100 million streams collectively across Spotify, YouTube and SoundCloud.


Now Capitol Records/Visionary Music Group will introduce Bellion to a wider audience with The Human Condition – due out June 10 – which marks his full-length debut and his first-ever commercially released collection of songs. The pre-order for The Human Condition launched today HERE. Fans who pre-order the album digitally will instantly receive “All Time Low” plus “Guillotine” featuring Travis Mendes. See below for the complete track listing.


The Human Condition features 14 songs written, recorded and produced by Bellion and spotlights his love for pop melody, hip-hop and thoughtful lyricism. As tracks are released from the album, corresponding artwork by David Ardinaray Lojoya is being revealed. The Indonesian graphic designer also created the art that appears on the album cover.


In April, Bellion gave fans a first taste of the album with the release of “Guillotine,” which debuted at #10 on the Spotify U.S. Viral 50 chart and at #15 on the Spotify Global Viral 50 chart. Reflecting his knack for merging genres, “Guillotine” stands at an intersection between alternative energy, folk poetry, R&B soul, and hip-hop grooves. Listen to “Guillotine” HERE.


Bellion will kick off his biggest tour yet with a sold-out show at Royale in Boston on June 20. The Human Condition Tour will include a concert at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles on July 8 and conclude at Webster Hall in New York City, where the July 28 date has sold out and a second night, July 29, has been added. Tickets for the tour are available at See below for itinerary. Bellion will also perform at the Governor’s Ball Music Festival in New York City and the Pemberton Music Festival in British Columbia.

            Also a sought-after collaborator, Bellion co-wrote and produced “Trumpets” for Jason Derulo and co-wrote the GRAMMY® Award winning, 10x-Platinum hit “The Monster” for Eminem and Rihanna. He also contributed vocals to Zedd’s “Beautiful Now” and B.o.B’s “Violence.”

The Human Condition – Track Listing


  1. He Is The Same
    2. 80s Films
    3. All The Low
    4. New York Soul (Par ii)
    5. Fashion
    6. Maybe IDK
    7. Woke The F-ck Up
    8. Overwhelming
    9. Weight Of The World (Feat. Blaque Keyz)
    10. The Good In Me
    11. Morning In America
    12. iRobot
    13. Guillotine (Feat. Travis Mendes)
    14. The Hand Of God (Outro)



Jon Bellion – North American Tour Dates


6/3 – 5             New York, NY                        Governors Island

6/20                 Boston, MA                           Royale

6/21                 Philadelphia, PA                     Trocadero Theatre

6/22                 Cleveland, OH                                    House of Blues

6/24                 Washington, DC                     9:30 Club

6/25                 Nashville, TN                         Exit/In

6/26                 Atlanta, GA                            The Loft

6/28                 Ft. Lauderdale, FL                  Culture Room

6/29                 Orlando, FL                            The Beacham

7/1                   Houston, TX                          House of Blues

7/2                   Dallas, TX                              House of Blues

7/3                   Albuquerque, NM                  Sunshine Theater

7/5                   Tucson, AZ                            The Rock

7/6                   Phoenix, AZ                            Crescent Ballroom

7/8                   Los Angeles, CA                     The Fonda Theatre

7/9                   San Diego, CA                        House of Blues

7/11                 San Francisco, CA                  The Fillmore

7/13                 Seattle, WA                             Neptune Theatre

7/14                 Portland, OR                           Wonder Ballroom

7/14 – 17         Pemberton, BC                       Pemberton Music Festival

7/18                 Salt Lake City, UT                 The Complex

7/19                 Denver, CO                             Gothic Theatre

7/21                 Minneapolis, MN                   Varsity Theatre

7/22                 Milwaukee, WI                       The Rave

7/23                 Chicago, IL                              House of Blues

7/24                 Detroit, MI                             Saint Andrew’s Hall

7/26                 Toronto, ON                           The Hoxton

7/27                 Pittsburgh, PA                                    Altar Bar

7/29                 New York, NY                        Webster Hall

7/30                 New York, NY                        Webster Hall