When you were born, special light of space and time exploded into existence. You are the light, within and without.
When Canadian singer/songwriter Mike McKenna Jr. sings ‘The Town’, you feel as if you’re home. The beautifully talented storytelling thoughts, bring that speciality that we all want to gravitate towards.
“‘The Town’ became smaller and quieter,” said Mike. “When I also moved away, I felt compelled to write something commenting on the changing identity of ‘the Bay’, my nostalgia for my upbringing there, and the hopeful future.”
Mike McKenna Jr.’s upcoming album ‘At The Edge of the World’ brings forth an all-round wider and more explorative studio sound than his previous work. Produced by 23-year-old Berklee graduate, Victoria’s Quinn Bachand (Rosier, Kittel & Co, Brishen) along with the talented hands of Jon Anderson (Andy Shauf, Aiden Knight, Foxwarren) on mixing and Philip Shaw Bova (Father John Misty, Feist, Bahamas) on mastering.
The album and ‘The Town’ is where it’s at in that seemingly darkened lonesome; a shining comfort helps you away and break from that silent desperation.