Caleb Lee Hutchinson Plans Sophomore EP, ‘Slot Machine Syndrome’

This EP has been a long time coming...

Written by Lauren Laffer
Caleb Lee Hutchinson Plans Sophomore EP, ‘Slot Machine Syndrome’
Caleb Lee Hutchinson; Photo Credit: Don VanCleave

American Idol alum Caleb Lee Hutchinson will release his second EP this fall. Set for release on September 17, the vocalist will share an evolved version of himself after releasing his first EP back in 2019.

“I felt like everybody had these different versions of me and what I should be – or that I was too young to be in the position I was in,” Hutchinson says. “But I always felt like I had a clear vision of who I was.”

Dubbed Slot Machine Syndrome, the project will feature five new tracks and was produced by acclaimed producer Brent Cobb. The EP finds the singer blending classic country with a modern edge, which will allow him to honor his heroes while also sharing his own story. Hutchinson gives a perfect example of that with the project’s lead single, “Who I Am.”

“I want to be known for who I am, not who I’m remembered as being,” the insightful singer shares.

For more information about Hutchinson’s new EP and tour dates, visit

Who I Am
Love You Tonight
Slot Machine Syndrome
I Must Be Right
Whatcha Got

Caleb Lee Hutchinson on Tour
7/16 @ Struthers Library Theatre | Warren, PA w/ The Cadillac Three
7/17 @ Frozen Ocean Motocross Park | Auburn, NY w/ The Cadillac Three
8/7 @ Mill Town Music Hall | Bremen, GA
8/19 @ Headwaters Country Jam | Cardwell, MT