Atlanta, Georgia based indie-folk artist Logan Pilcher reveals tongue-twisting album “Most Days (I’m Trapped In My Bedroom Dreaming of a World I Don’t Know)”
Logan Pilcher’s music is best described as pure and organic, and “Most Days (I’m Trapped In My Bedroom Dreaming of a World I Don’t Know)” cements this as a fact.
Somewhere between 60-70s folk music with tinges of lo-fi indie, the new album is diverse and comes across as Logan’s own.
Within the confines of his bedroom, he began to discover himself as a producer of a larger sound. Leaning on more instrumentation and a modern edge, Logan began to piece together his debut, full length album.
Sharing his thoughts on the release, Logan tells us, “2020 forced a lot of us to slow down. I was moving so fast playing shows and writing music that I forgot to examine my own mental health. I had forgotten what I wanted in life and what I was working so hard for.
It all came to a head right as the nationwide lockdown hit. I could no longer distract myself with busyness and a lot of the songs from this album were birthed in the bleak reality of knowing I needed to deal with myself or I would never move on.”
Summarises as a time capsule of the emotions of a lonely man’s search for love, Logan’s remarkable debut album will go down in history as one of the greats.