Transcribing authentic moments of truth, imbued with innocence. The songs and sound of Logan Pilcher

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Logan Pilcher’s songs, like the ones from his debut EP Ever After Always, find their inspiration in his own personal experiences. Each of which do the job of transcribing authentic moments of truth, imbued with innocence. With sounds evocative of the early works of Tom Petty and Leonard Cohen, Logan’s earthy, layered tones and finger-style acoustic picking both tranquilize and wake the spirit. His lyrics tell a story of unapologetic love in the face of doubt and adversity. With each composition highlighting a unique reservation, combated with reckless hope.

Logan Pilcher lives in Nashville, where he writes, records and performs his music. More music at our stream playlist and here

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