New Release: Anaïs Mitchell – On Your Way (Felix Song)

Photo Credit: Jay Sansone

Ahead of the release of her new solo album later this month, Tony and Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell (Hadestown, Bonny Light Horseman, Big Red Machine) has shared another track titled “On Your Way (Felix Song)”.

Mitchell spoke about the song, saying, “ I wrote ‘On Your Way (Felix Song)’ for my friend Felix McTeigue, who died unexpectedly in 2020. We briefly had the same manager in our early “hustling days” of trying to get a songwriter career going. I can picture us playing at the old Living Room on the lower east side, and me being one of five people in Felix’s audience, and vice versa. Felix was really fearless and present, he always had a guitar on his back, he was always writing something, he loved the act of just rushing headlong into writing, recording, not overthinking it. It’s a lesson I’ll return to for the rest of my life.”

Watch a special live performance of “On Your Way (Felix Song)”, below…

Mitchell’s self-titled album, released 28th January, was produced by Josh Kaufman and also features core players including Kaufman, Michael Lewis, JT Bates, Thomas Bartlett and Aaron Dessner, with string and flute arrangements provided by Nico Muhly.

UK/EU tour dates below…

8/11 – Gothenburg, SE – Way Out West
8/13 – Rees, GER – Haldern Pop Festival
8/27 – Buckinghamshire, UK – Towersey Festival
8/29 – Cork, IE – St Luke’s
8/30 – Dublin, IE – Pepper Canister Church
8/31 – Liverpool, UK – Philharmonic Music Hall
9/01- Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club
9/04 – Birmingham, UK – Moseley Folk Festival
11/3 – Berlin, DE – Lido
11/4 – Hamburg, DE – Mojo
11/8 – Paris, FR – Les Etoiles
11/9 – Brussels, BE – Botanique
11/11 – Manchester, UK – YES
11/12 – Glasgow, UK – St. Luke’s
11/13 – Newcastle, UK – Newcastle University Student Union
11/14 – Bristol, UK – Fleece
11/15 – London, UK – KOKO

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