Today, breakout producer, vocalist and indie-electronic songwriter Mindchatter unveiled the highly anticipated release date for his debut album, Imaginary Audience dropping on October 21 via Mind of a Genius Records, the coveted label behind artists such as ZHU, Gallant and more. To accompany the announcement, Mindchatter released his next single “Days Go Slow”, a captivating, moody listening experience that lends itself appropriately to life as we know it this year. The simplicity behind the track’s lyrical repetition coupled with Mindchatter’s characteristically upbeat chords and crooning pop-driven melodies showcases his complex production capabilities and songwriting expertise.
Listen to “Days Go Slow” here
Mindchatter shares:“This is the first track I put my voice on. In the beginning, I couldn’t stand the sound of my voice so I would throw every audio effect I could find onto the vocals. In ‘Days Go Slow’, the vocals took on a high pitched, childlike tone that’s somehow happy and sad at the same time. It feels good to get this one off my chest and share it after all these years! It also feels fitting that this is the last single before I drop my debut album Imaginary Audience where my voice is in many ways front.”
Mindchatter’s career has taken off to new heights in 2020 with singles “Scared To Go Home”, “Language” and “Night Goggles”, as well as remixes for AMTRAC and Channel Tres, earning him over six million streams to date. As an artist to watch with lauded support from industry heavy-weights like BBC’s Pete Tong and KCRW’s Travis Holcombe, Mindchatter continues to grow his portfolio ahead of the album release on October 21. Mindchatter has also grown his visual persona this summer with his first full length music video and an immersive performance on the Bonnaroo virtual stage last weekend.