Grace Mitchell is an Oregonian multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and producer. Her genre-bending, frenetic sound can only be illuminated by her lifelong reverence for Tori Amos and Beck. Mitchell encompasses all manner of modern music from pop, hip-hop, to punk-rock, and her highly aware songwriting is both folky and grungy like her Pacific North Western upbringing. Now residing in a 1960’s style cabin nestled deep in the Hollywood Hills, Mitchell draws inspiration from the vibrant world around her. Whether it’s making ironic commentary on Southern Californian lifestyle, or meditating on the turbulence of being a 20-something in the dating world, her music expresses harsh honesty and vulnerability with a comedic flare. A born storyteller, Mitchell captivates an audience with her dry wit and dark humor, as well as with her striking amazonian figure and wild red hair. “Grace Mitchell not only defies all qualifiers, she transcends them in a manner that can only be described as disorienting.”- Nada Alic, Los Angeles-based Author