Mark Leach Makes Statement With ‘Homemade’ EP

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If you grew up on 90’s country, and long for that vibe, mixed with a little modern day swag – you’re gonna love Mark Leach.

The Ohio native just released his EP Homemade which debuted at #11 on the iTunes country chart. I, for one, have had this thing on repeat – four super solid songs that are impossible to listen to just once.

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Mark is traditional, yet fresh with a sound the comforts. You don’t need to know Mark or his past music in order to fall in love with this collection of songs.

“If You’re Down” is so unbelievable catchy and fun. It’s the perfect song for summer with an infectious chorus that will have you singing along after one listen.

“You Know Who To Call” is one of the slower tracks, but the perfect love song to fit within the EP.

“After Party” is one with a crowd sing-a-long vibe. Upbeat, and one to crank up this weekend.

“If There’s a Bar Up in Heaven” is the standout track. This subject can be touchy – drinking mixed with God/Heaven. However, Leach masterfully paints a story and tempo that draws you in and doesn’t let go.

Pick up Homemade on iTunes

A beer bottle on a dock


A beer bottle on a dock