Griffin Lewin | Way Back Home

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Way Back Home

by Griffin Lewin

A fusion of blues-based pop and country with a touch of soulful lyricism.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Way Back Home
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2. Better Days
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3. Where I'm Going
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Album Notes
Born in Dallas, Lewin was fortunate to have been exposed to the power of musical expression in his youth while taking piano, guitar, theory, and composition lessons. However, It wasn't until he moved to Austin as a young adult that he discovered a calling for writing and performing. After graduating college, he moved back to Dallas where he began to slowly record his freshman EP, Way Back Home. Partnering with a team of all-star industry veterans, including Grammy-winning Snarky Puppy trio Mark Lettieri, Bobby Ray Sparks II, and Jason "JT" Thomas, along with admired locals Dave Deshazo, Ed McMahon, and Damon K Clark, with mixing from Grammy-nominated Joey Lomas and mastering from Grammy award-winning Dave McNair, Way Back Home hosts a diverse set of songs. From the meditative and soulful memoir of the title track to the Texas Blues-inspired track, Tito’s & Texas, Way Back Home offers a little bit of everything for lovers of all genres.
Lewin's influence stems from almost every genre but folk and pop are at the root of his musical tendencies. Artists like John Mayer and Ed Sheeran imparted their bluesy pop chords and simple yet catchy vocals. The Avett Brothers relayed the importance of being vulnerable and authentic in story-telling. Bands like The Head and The Heart and the Lumineers shared the importance of having a rustic emotional sound that makes the listener feel like they're in the room listening to them play. The culmination of these artists and many like them has been the inspiration to Lewin’s sound, which brings a poppy twist to southern blues and roots music.



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