Warner Music Canada’s Scott Helman has released “PDA” as the second single from his latest album, Hôtel de Ville. The single is accompanied by a new video filmed in Toronto and directed by the award-winning Lisa Mann.


Watch “PDA” Below


The release of “PDA” follows the Top 5 radio success of the album’s debut single “Kinda Complicated.”


This Fall Scott will hit the road on a cross-Canada co-headlining bill with Ria Mae.  The 18-date tour kicks of October 13 at Ottawa’s Bronson Centre.  Jonathan Roy will be the opening act on selected dates.







Ria and Scott first met at the Calgary Juno Awards in 2016 where both celebrated first time nominations for their debut releases – Ria for her breakthrough hit “Clothes Off,” and Scott for the platinum-certified single “Bungalow.” Ria is currently enjoying radio success with her latest sing “Bend” which spent four weeks on CBC’s Radio 2 Top 20 Chart and is currently the #1 most added track all formats at Canadian Radio.  Scott Helman’s “Kinda Complicated,” spent three weeks at #1 on the CBC Top 20 chart and reached #2 on the Hot AC chart at mainstream radio.


Download / stream Scott Helman’s Hôtel de Ville HERE


Scott VS Ria tour dates:


Oct. 13           Ottawa, ON                         Bronson Centre

Oct. 14          Toronto, ON.                       Danforth Music Hall

Oct. 15          Montreal, QC                      Astral

Oct. 17          Quebec City, QC                 Salle Multi

Oct. 18          Fredericton, NB                  Boyce’s Farmer’s Market

Oct. 21          Charlottetown, PEI             Hunters Ale House

Oct. 23          Kingston, ON                       BluMartini

Oct. 25          Waterloo, ON                      Maxwell’s

Oct. 26          Oshawa, ON                        The Music Hall

Oct. 27          Hamilton, ON                      Studio Theatre

Oct. 30          Winnipeg. MB                     Pyramid Cabaret

Oct. 31          Saskatoon, SK                      Louis’ Pub

Nov. 1            Edmonton, AB                     The Starlite

Nov. 3            Calgary, AB                           The Gateway

Nov. 4            Red Deer, AB                       Bo’s Bar

Nov. 6            Campbell River, BC            Tidemark Theatre

Nov. 7            Nanaimo, BC                        The Queens

Nov. 8            Victoria, BC                          Sugar

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