First single from LP released today: “Charlie It’s Alright”
Mitchem Teams up with Erik Hischmann of Great North Sound Society to make his fourth LP in as many years
Luke Mitchem has announced that he will release his fourth LP October 23. The prolific singer-songwriter from Washington DC by way of Nevada, MO, has constructed his most cohesive and evolved album to date with Winter Kissing on Spring. True to the form of his previous works, Mitchem weaves poetic and epic tales with his lyrical talent, telling of triumphs and tragedies smoothly and succinctly with each song. With Winter Kissing on Spring, Mitchem has added many layers of depth to his sound through the liberal use of new instruments on the recording of the album.
The vibrant energy of sounds abundant in Winter Kissing on Spring emanated naturally from the bucolic and pastoral setting of the Great North Sound Society in Parsonsfield, Maine, the spot specially picked by Mitchem months before the recording process ensued.
Fans of Luke Mitchem will easily gravitate to the typically moody and undulating tracks on Winter Kissing on Spring, but Mitchem is most excited about the up-tempo songs on his latest work, as they add an element of energy and catchiness that he was ready to unveil.
With that, Mitchem has unveiled the premier single from Winter Kissing on Spring, “Charlie It’s Alright”. Mitchem shared this about the first single from his new album, “The band and I had so much fun recording this song by adding layers and unexpected house guests as backup singers to the song. If you can envision 8 happy folks standing around a microphone with drinks in hand and singing their hearts out during the chorus lines then you know exactly how much fun we were having!”
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