With stories and songs that kindle late-night Canadian campfires, John Muirhead’s heartfelt indie-folk sound will move you in more ways than one. From fingerpicked folk confessionals to upbeat roots-rock jams, John’s award-winning song collection reflects the highs and lows of love, ambition, and living on the road. While he is based in London ON, John is a troubadour by nature and has played in living rooms, theatres, moving trains, and folk festival stages from coast to coast in Canada. With influences including Joel Plaskett, Frank Turner, The Weakerthans, and Julien Baker, John’s primary goal is to change the lives of listeners the way music has changed his. In the three years since the release of his debut EP Yesterday’s Smile, John has been nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award, toured relentlessly across Canada, and has graced the stages of legendary festivals including The Winnipeg Folk Festival, Home County Music and Arts Festival, Sawdust City Music Festival, and may more. John has also released two follow-up EPs, Foundational (2018) and Head Stays Down (2019). On November 9th 2018, John released a single titled I Can Sleep Anywhere, an appreciate, eyes-wide-open ode to roughing it on the road as an indie musician. The song was met by positive reviews by critics and featured on a variety of CBC programs, as well as SiriusXM and community radio across Canada. He has spent most of 2019 touring across Canada, from British Columbia to Nova Scotia, while putting the finishing touches on his debut full-length album, set to release in spring 2020.