"Lonely Ones" is the new album by Oklahoma City singer/songwriter Graham Colton. It was produced and engineered at Blackwatch Studios in Norman, Oklahoma by Chad Copelin and Jarod Evans (Green River Ordinance, Ben Rector, Sooner The Sunset) and released last month through Graham's own label, with distribution handled by United For Opportunity.
The album marks quite a change in style for Mr. Colton: his pop-rock sound has become deeper, richer, more mature, as the first single "Born To Raise Hell", based on a real story about a serial killer, can prove (watch the official video clicking on the image).
"For me, it was a necessary step" Graham told to AlternativeAddiction.com about the change, adding "I needed to try new things and stretch out as far as I could go and I think I've done that for better or worse."
If you wanna try other songs from "Lonely Ones", watch the full band videos for "Mixed Up" and "Hands Untied", from "The Lonely Sessions", filmed at Blackwatch Studios.