Aaron can't remember a time when music wasn't a part of his life. He's been playing guitar since he was big enough to hold one and recording music since he stumbled into his dad's garage studio.
Pulling inspiration from acoustic acts like Jon Foreman and The Lumineers as well as highly produced indie pop like The 1975 and The Japanese House, Aaron lands in an eclectic middle ground of polished sound and raw performance. Thematically, he weaves together themes of seeking out significance, clinging to hope, searching for home, and clawing for faith. "I figure things out through creation and exploration," he says. "I write what I can't grasp, I sing what I don't comprehend, and I tell stories I don't know the ending to. Music is an outlet for my own self discovery."
Aaron is produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Zac Monte of Pravitas Studios in California. He lives and works in Los Angeles.