AJ Mitchell

AJ Mitchell is an explorer. The 22-year-old rising star writes with the thrill of discovery in mind. After more than a billion streams, he’s stepping into a bold new world with his second album, As Far As The Eye Can See, an electro-pop-soul odyssey through love and loss. “With this album, I wanted to go ‘as far as the eye can see,’ where there’s nothing blocking my vision, where I’m free to create,” he explains. AJ wrote the album while dating a girl he knew wasn't right for him but couldn’t resist. Their doomed romance opened him up to the central themes of his new album: experiencing things that might hurt us and exploring life regardless of the outcome, doing what feels right, and not giving a fuck.

Since signing with Epic Records and Vol 1. in 2018, AJ Mitchell’s music has connected with open hearted listeners. He leapt past the one-billion-stream mark within three years after being discovered on social media where his soulful covers of popular songs earned him over a million followers. He charted four Top 40 songs at pop radio, collaborated with names like Ava Max, Cheat Codes, and Steve Aoki, and received acclaim from the likes of Variety (“who put them on their 2020 “Young Hollywood” list), Billboard, MTV, and more. While his 2021 debut album, SKYVIEW, introduced us to this “pop prince-in-the-making,” as dubbed by Hunger magazine, this next chapter invites us into AJ’s expanding kingdom, one built on melodies as infectious as they are unpredictable.

“With this album, the goal was to explore, to have a good time, and make the best music possible,” he says. “I think that’s why I love music so much. It can start with anything. I can create whatever world I want and just start exploring it.”

Past Shows


Jun
22
nd
2024
7th St Entry
Jun
22
nd
2024
7th St Entry
Cancelled

AJ Mitchell

AFATECS North America Tour

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