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Genre: Symphonic Folk
Influences: Sufjan Stevens, Queen and Bob Dylan
Mitchell McLaughlin is a symphonic folk singer-songwriter who takes influence from Bob Dylan, Sufjan Stevens, and Queen. He was brought up with the heart of Chicago’s raw, DIY music scene where he fronted the funk-rock group "Love In The Dark" and experimental noise group "wombpals." Now based in Nashville, Tennessee, he mixes his foundation in classic folk songwriting with a dynamic small orchestra. This sound serves as a stage for beautifully intuitive, vulnerable and challenging lyrics which insure an attention grabbing performance. His debut album (Amor Fati) is a three year project that inquires into the nature of young love, released on October 5th, 2018.
This concept album is a three year project that inquires into the nature of young love. A coming of age story that challenges the traditional views on love and fate. The album is split into four acts, please enjoy.