Back in February, rising Alt/pop artist Bishop Ivy premiered his debut EP All Things Temporary via Ones to Watch. The project was diverse and cinematic and took its cues from a broad range of mainstream sounds, pulling together elements of alternative pop, rock, trap, and electronica. 

Bishop Ivy establishes his own brand of melodic, modern-day pop music with All Things Temporary, an EP that introduces the young songwriter as one of the genre’s newest boundary breakers. At the center of that wide-ranging mix is Ivy — real name: Cam Crowley — who pulls triple-duty as the record’s writer, co-producer, and chief instrumentalist. Inspired by a life- changing move from Massachusetts to Texas while Ivy was still in high school, All Things Temporary roots itself in songs about change, innocence, and angst, exploring familiar themes from unfamiliar angles.

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