Mt. Shasta, the solo project of Easton singer-songwriter Andrew Sheldon, usually veers away from pop song structure. For example, take his debut EP, which features just three songs over 23 minutes and strays from traditional songwriting conventions for something much more minimalist and ambient.
This time, though, Sheldon let his pop sensibilities shine.
Enter “The Hole Where Your Heart Should Go,” the latest creation from Mt. Shasta. The song clocks in at fewer than three minutes and features a song structure befitting of a tender radio ballad, all while keeping with the project’s signature gentle, downtempo sound. Check it out at this link!