Mandi Crimmins is screaming aural warfare with her hyper-confessional music.
Born in the Boston area, Mandi attended the prestigious Berklee College of Music, where she received a Bachelor of Music degree in Songwriting. She studied songwriting with top songwriters like Grammy award-winning artist Paula Cole, who become more like a mentor and friend. In 2019, Mandi was nominated in the New England Music Awards for “Pop Act of the Year” as well as a competitor in RADIO.COM’s “The Opening Act” to perform at the Hollywood Bowl. She had had the incredible honor to perform at numerous famed venues, such as Rockwood Music Hall in NYC, the Middle East Club in Boston, and at the Bowery Electric in NYC.
Her highly-anticipated sophomore EP "Metanoia" was released on October 25th, a concept album depicting her journey through great change. Metanoia takes listeners on a journey through facing their fears, their harsh-realities, and their pain so that they may come out at the end a changed and better person. Mandi’s single “Ashes” off the EP has performed exceptionally well, having garnered 17,191 streams.
Mandi's main goal has always been clear: to save people with music, just as much as music saved her in dark times.