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Cameron AG

June 13, 2017

CAMERON AG SHARES ‘HOMEWARD BOUND’ EP ON IMPOSE

LISTEN & SHARE: Cameron AG – ‘Homeward Bound’ EP

“With ‘Homeward Bound’, Cameron A G looks to earn even more of such accolades with four songs that build and expand upon the promise, themes, and style of his previous effort (‘Way Back Home’).”
IMPOSE

“Heroes” has a sense of wonder and possibility to it. It’s a powerful indie rock track with electronic finishing touches.”All Things Go

Today Impose premiered Cameron AG’s EP ‘Homeward Bound‘, out 11/4 via Grand Jury. When talking about the EP Cameron had this to say, “This Ep is all about dealing with weird stupid anxieties that go on in all of our heads, well, most of our heads. Definitely mine. It’s about trying to over come them and not give a shit about stupid pointless problems that take over our minds.” AG’s sound has received comparisons to Youth Lagoon and Mercury Rev and he has received attention from top blogs including NME, Line Of Best Fit and Paste among many others.

Cameron AG is an Oxford, UK based multi instrumentalist whose subtle and measured songs expertly strike a chord. His delicate vocals and the fragility of music sound as if they could fall over and break at any second. Cameron’s debut track ‘Lost Direction’ was premiered at the end of 2015 on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show, receiving Hottest Record in the World, an accolade normally reserved for far bigger artists it was also recorded live for an infamous Mahogany session. The EP from which ‘Lost Direction’ was pulled, Way Back Home, was released shortly thereafter to similar critical acclaim from NME, Q, DIY and others.
Cameron spent the months that followed working on a follow-up that would turn into Homeward Bound, which like Way Back Home, focuses on friendships, love, loneliness and trying to deal with those subjects. The EP will be released in North America via Grand Jury Music on November 4th, and reminds us why we listen to songs: to feel less alone and to make sense of things that are hardest to make sense of.