25-year-old SC native and singer-songwriter Keath Mead would like to cordially invite you to Sunday Dinner.
At 16, Mead was inspired to start playing the bass after seeing The Beatle's film A Hard Day's Night. He then moved on to the guitar at 17 after he was given an old Harmony in exchange for assisting his neighbor move. Mead started to play and practice non-stop, skipping classes to self-teach and hone his skills.
The release of Keath Mead's debut album is now on the horizon, an 11-track titled Sunday Dinner. The album spans 3 years of song-writing, and only 8 days of recording at the home studio of Chaz Bundick in Berkeley, CA.
Mead's synth-infused and spacey tracks take the best of 60's and 70's pop and mixes it with a more contemporary flavor, inspired by artists like James Mercer and Jack White. Take a listen for yourself with "Polite Refusal" and "Grow Up" above. Keep an eye out for the new album, out February 24 on Company Records.