A Nashville local, Sam McLeod has been singing since he was a young man in an unassuming community called Smyrna, TN. He spent a ton of his youth covering Radiohead tunes and composing sappy love tunes. As a vocalist lyricist, he has an all-around created alto tenor territory and a novel melodic style in songwriting.
He delivered his presentation EP “Prologue to Dreaming” (an option rock project) in 2015 – an assortment of tunes expounded on his adolescence and the developing torments of life. Sam then, at that point lived abroad in Melbourne, Australia for a very long time – opening for different nearby craftsmen and driving love for a few church developments/occasions.
Over the long haul, Sam’s style has developed into an independent society sound that makes an agile combination of impacts like Ethan Gruska, Leeland, James Vincent McMorrow, and Jarryd James. His masterfulness is one that pierces the heart with enchanting verses and charming vocals.
His recent release YouMe&Everything is the second single leading the pack up to Sam’s self-delivered “Perfect partner Mix” EP. The song outlines the anticipation, expectation, disappointment, and reassurance of marriage. “Soulmate Mix” EP is involved music Sam has composed in the course of recent years portraying the blend of his own romantic tale, and the extraordinary point of view he has contrasted and the mistakes of standard impressions of adoration, connections, and “foreordained” perfect partners. The EP’s tasteful acquires from “secondary school romantic tale” charms of passing notes, playing M.A.S.H., or more all making mixtapes.