American singer/songwriter Mindy Gledhill crafts folk-inspired pop which carried her from an early-2000s faith-leaning debut and into the indie sphere with a playful yet longing style similar to Katie Herzig, Ingrid Michaelson, and Sara Bareilles. In addition to recording 2010s albums such as Anchor and Rabbit Hole, she is a frequent collaborator with electronic producer Kaskade, appearing on his Grammy-nominated 2011 album Fire & Ice.
Born and raised in Eureka, California, the Utah-based Gledhill spent some of her formative years in Spain (where she learned to speak the language fluently) before studying at Brigham Young University. She released her debut album, The Sum of All Grace, on the Latter Day Saint-oriented label Lumen in 2004, which earned her a pair of 2005 Pearl Awards for Best Inspirational Album and Best New Artist. Gledhill left the label the following year to pursue a more secular, indie pop sound, releasing the albums Feather in the Wind (2007), Anchor (2010), the Christmas-themed Winter Moon (2011), and the Cason Cooley (Sixpence None the Richer, Katie Herzig) produced Pocketful of Poetry (2013) independently. Her sixth effort, Rabbit Hole, arrived in 2019. ~ James Christopher Monger & Neil Z. Yeung