Growing up in the small town of Paris, Ontario, Al Grantham spent his formative high-school years holed up in his bedroom, dissecting Beatles songs and dog-earing books. As he entered his twenties, Grantham began bouncing around southern Ontario, trying to find his niche as a singer/songwriter and lead guitarist. 2010 saw the release of his highly idiosyncratic one-man-band debut “When I Way A Boy…“. The formation of his band Low Hanging Lights with fellow "Paris-ite" Ian Boos soon followed, and the trio (featuring drummer Aaron Bennett) bombarded Toronto venues with their thrashy, poetic punk-folk stylings, before disbanding in 2015. As Low Hanging Lights drew to a close, Al descended into the Townhouse recording studio with friend and collaborator Kaleb Hikele, to begin work on a second full-length solo record. The eponymous "Al Grantham" was released in January, 2015. A follow-up album - three years in the making - will be released sometime in 2018. The first single from the still-untitled record "The Old Music Hall (To Be A Ghost)" was released in September of last year.