AJ MITCHELL RELEASES NEW SINGLE “NO PLANS” FEATURING MARTEEN
SHARES LYRIC VIDEO
LAUNCHING HOPEFUL TOUR 2019
Buzzing Illinois-born singer and songwriter AJ Mitchell shares his new single “No Plans” [feat. Marteen] today. Get it HERE via Epic Records.
Backed by a slick, smooth, and simmering beat, the track builds towards a hook-y harmony. At its center, Mitchell and Bay Area sensation Marteen trade show-stopping verses before a falsetto-punctuated chant. This anthem illuminates two of the game’s hottest new voices doing what they do best: breaking hearts on each and every vocal run.
Check out the lyric video:
VEVO recently named AJ Mitchell its latest 2019 DSCVR Artist to Watch. The prestigious program spotlights tomorrow’s stars on the video platform with exclusive performances, interviews, and content. In good company, he joins the ranks of previous artists such as Alessia Cara, Julia Michaels, Leon Bridges, and more.
“No Plans” hints at big things in 2019. Kicking off the year, Mitchell will launch the four-week “Hopeful Tour” on February 2 joined by none other than Marteen as support. Check out the full itinerary below and get tickets HERE!
He’s got very big plans that are only just starting to unfold…
Earlier this year, AJ Mitchell began making major waves with his debut EP, Hopeful [Epic Records]. Its upbeat and undeniable lead single “Girls” quickly eclipsed 5.2 million streams and 1.4 million video views and counting. His expansive vocal range, dynamic charisma, and immediate starpower have also enchanted both fans and critics alike. He’s landed features from Just Jared in addition to performing on The Today Show, Good Day New York, and KTLA. Not to mention, he ignited Arthur Ashe Kid’s Day—a proving ground for numerous superstars. With all of these accolades, a growing fan base, and instantly recognizable voice, AJ Mitchell has positioned himself for a massive 2019. Get ready!
Hailing from Bellville, Illinois, AJ gravitated towards music at an early age, sharing his talent on social media with acclaimed short form videos and cover versions. He initially posted videos to get feedback ‘from other people than my parents,’ he says, but at thirteen his following blossomed. He moved to Los Angeles, CA, in 2016 to pursue a music career full-time, releasing the self-penned, bittersweet single “Used To Be” in 2017. Other songs followed, “Somebody,” and “Mind,” showcasing his multifaceted range and silky vocal style all his own. With over 35 million streams under his belt and his Epic Records debut EP kicking off the next exciting chapter of his career, the music world is more than ‘hopeful’ that AJ Mitchell has staying power.
2/2 – SEATTLE, WA – The Vera Project
2/3 – PORTLAND, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
2/5 – SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Slim’s
2/7 – SANTA ANA, CA – Constellation Room
2/8 – SAN DIEGO, CA – The Irenic
2/9 – LAS VEGAS, NV – Vinyl
2/12 – DALLAS, TX – Dada
2/13 – HOUSTON, TX – Warehouse Live
2/16 – NASHVILLE, TN – Top Golf
2/17 – ATLANTA, GA – Terminal West
2/19 – NEW YORK, NY – Gramercy Theatre
2/20 – CAMBRIDGE, MA – The Sinclair
2/22- WASHINGTON, DC – U Street Music Hall
2/23 – PITTSBURGH, PA – Rex Theater
2/24 – CLEVELAND, OH – Grog Shop
2/26 – PONTIAC, MI – Pike Room
2/28 – CHICAGO, IL – Subterranean
3/1 – ST. LOUIS, MO – Delmar Hall
3/3 – DENVER, CO – Larimer Lounge
3/6 – LOS ANGELES, CA – El Rey Theater