Our new video “Go There When You Want To Be Loved” comes out August 23rd, in support of our charity single for the Pulse Orlando families and survivors. We worked with Portland Film Works on this one and it is quite the spectacle. I can’t wait for you to see it.
Special Thanks to Kevin Forrest, Molly Preston, Matthew NK Photography, New Cascadia, Showcall Event Services, Sheila Hamilton, Tor Clausen, Brian Mazzola, Emily Jacques, and the entire cast and crew for being so fantastic to work with. I adore you all!
You can look through all of Matthew King’s behind the scenes photos from the shoot HERE and check out some of my faves just below: Read the rest of this entry »
I sat down with PSU’s Vanguard for their music issue, out this week, to talk about music, mental health, Liz Phair and more.
Check out the online version HERE, or keep reading below for the full transcript.
From Portland State University’s Vanguard: (7/19/2016)
“Logan Lynn says hello to ADIEU: The Portland Artist on Life, Liz Phair and Keeping Oregon Well”
by Alex-Jon Earl
Logan Lynn describes himself as a “singer and songwriter, although probably singer/songwriter doesn’t really evoke the kind of imagery that I am wanting,” and much to his credit, the image his life’s work evokes is far more than this. With numerous singles, EPs and albums under his belt. the Portland artist is now bringing a new album, adieu, and a new campaign to fight stigma around mental health.
Adieu is a notable departure for Lynn, who describes the shift as a move from “electro-pop” to what he calls “organic music,” a process that was as much about music as it was about self care and awareness of mental health. Read the rest of this entry »