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““Hollow” is sun-kissed singer-songwriter music, with a beautifully loping hook that gains texture as the harmonies fully arrive.” – Billboard

“His songs are personable, relatable, and carry captivating melodies that get stuck in your head even after the first listen.” – Earmilk

“Mills simplifies even the most complex emotions into a coherent stream of consciousness.” 
Ones To Watch

“”Hollow” is an exciting glimpse into the music Mills has ready to release.”
– Ones To Watch

“…straight-up, no fuss tunes that instantly stick.” – The Interns

“Hollow finds a sweet spot between John Mayer and Harry Style.” – The Interns

Toronto, ON – April 21, 2021 – Mills, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, troubadour, released his new EP, Train of Thoughts, via Keep Cool/RCA Records. Along with previously released tracks Hollow and Slide Thru, Train of Thoughts features new tracks such as Light ItCentral StationCreationsWild ThingsThe End, and Fight Alone.

Mills says, “This next EP is a collection of songs I’ve written the past two years while getting inspired by and living in Laurel Canyon. The history of this place fuels me to write songs that will ease the minds of everyday people in a time of such unrest and divide. I love the overarching theme here: LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!”

Born and raised in Bowling Green, KY, and having spent time in both Nashville and Los Angeles, Mills’ southern influences have been brightened by the Los Angeles sun, resulting in buoyant melodies tinged with nostalgia. With his poetic storytelling and distinctive harmonies that evoke the 1970s era of Laurel Canyon, 20-year-old Mills emerges as a troubadour for the modern age, vividly spinning tales of young love, happiness and heartbreak.

Following the release of his first EP, Clashing Thoughts in 2019, Mills toured the US with ROLE MODEL, and signed with Keep Cool. After spending the entirety of 2020 in the studio, Mills’ new EP, Train of Thoughts, has him poised for a breakout 2021.

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Photo Credit: Phil Souilliere