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London, ON-based indie-folk and roots singer-songwriter John Muirhead has released his brand new single, “I Can Sleep Anywhere”.
The single was penned during moments of downtime between northern Ontario folk festivals all the way to speeding VIA Rail trains through the Maritimes.
“It’s about the call to adventure, and playing your heart out even if the room is empty,” explains the self-described troubadour. “It’s is a reminder that every show — whether it’s on a moving train, a folk festival, a theatre or someone’s living room — could be my last, and that I truly love music, regardless of the ups and downs I face.”
The video for the single serves as much of a scrapbook as the lyrics, put together from a collection of Muirhead’s own iPhone videos spanning the last 24 months, it’s meant to reflect the joys and adventure that inspired the lyrics of the song.
“I had no intention of putting these into a music video while I was filming but, when I finally had time to look through my old footage, I knew I needed to compile it all together.”
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