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Michigander Releases New Vevo DSCVR Series Video for “Misery”

by Bari Lieberman
“Singer’s mix of optimism and vulnerability in his music has been one of indie rock’s most exciting stories in the last few years.” – World Café
“Pure, infectious pop, radiant and honest.” – Consequence
“Michigander crafts anthemic dreamscapes and catchy, guitar driven songs built around melody.” – Forbes
“Michigander is not afraid to go big–like, Springsteen and Killers big–and you can hear that on his single ‘Superglue.’” – BrooklynVegan
“One of the most talented songwriters of his generation.” –  Apple Music’s Alt Ctrl Radio
“Making waves as one of [Nashville’s] can’t-miss upcoming rock acts.” – The Tennessean
“It Will Never Be The Same retains all the hallmarks of what has carved Michigander’s name into our hearts. From the hopeful, heart-tugging lyricism to the anthemic, swelling instrumentation.” – Ones To Watch
“The best indie record in decades.” – Alternative Nation
“Michigander’s best work yet, It Will Never Be The Same is an inspiring, spirited collection of intimate indie rock eruptions and upheavals brimming with raw passion, soaring energy, and feverish emotion…It Will Never Be The Same is a sublime and cinematic EP.” – Atwood Magazine
“Michigander knows how to write a pop rock hook…earworm after earworm.” – Tuned Up
“It Will Never Be The Same is made up of six tracks that easily put Michigander in a class with the best of the singer-songwriters making music today.” – The Honey Pop

Buzzworthy indie rock artist Michigander, the sonic alter ego of Michigan native Jason Singer, has released a new exclusive Vevo DSCVR series video for the fan favorite “Misery” – PRESS HERE to watch. The new performance video follows the previous video for current Top 20 Triple A radio hit “Superglue” and Michigander’s Vevo DSCVR introduction released at the end of June – PRESS HERE to watch “Superglue (Live)” and PRESS HERE to watch the Introducing Michigander video. “Superglue” is one of many standout tracks on Michigander’s latest EP, It Will Never Be The Same (C3 Records), which has now amassed over 14 million streams since its March 31st release.
“Getting to shoot those videos in the way we did was always something I’ve wanted to do,” shares Singer. “I think it’s always been so hard to get a good, captured idea of how it feels to be at one of my shows, and these versions of these songs are the closest we’ve gotten to that feeling.”
In addition to “Superglue,” which also reached Top 30 at Alternative Radio, It Will Never Be The Same, the fourth EP from Michigander, includes the Top 5 Triple A radio hit “Stay Out Of It,” “In My Head” with Manchester Orchestra, and the single “Cannonball,” co-written with Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional. The 6-song collection, hailed as “the best indie record in decades” and “Michigander’s best work yet,” was produced and mixed by Tony Hoffer (Beck, Phoenix, M83), mastered by Dave Cooley (Spoon, Jimmy Eat World, Paramore), and recorded at L.A.’s Sunset Sound (with the exception of “In My Head” produced by Andy Hull and Robert McDowell of Manchester Orchestra). PRESS HERE to listen to It Will Never Be The Same.
After suffering a brutal leg break in 2022 that delayed the release of It Will Never Be The Same and its supporting headlining tour, Singer and his bandmates – Aaron Senor (drums), Jake LeMond (guitar), and Connor Robertson (bass) – returned to the road this past spring for his biggest headlining tour to date, selling out in multiple cities and receiving rave reviews, praised as everything from “absolutely flawless,” “unforgettable,” “passionate,” and “impressive.” Following a handful of festival appearances including their long-awaited debut at Austin City Limits (delayed from last year), Michigander will be heading out on tour this fall as direct support for Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness on the New Friends Tour. The 30+ date outing kicks off November 2nd in San Francisco and will make its way all over the country before wrapping December 16th in Seattle. See below for full list of upcoming Michigander tour dates, with more to be announced soon. Visit www.michiganderband.com for all ticketing details and to purchase.
Michigander, who delivers elevated and eloquent songcraft, uplifting instrumentation, and plainspoken heartland storytelling punctuated by alternative flare, has racked up over 60 million career streams globally and garnered the acclaim of NPR, Paste, Consequence, SPIN, Forbes, BrooklynVegan, Guitar World, Ones To Watch, and more. In 2016, the now Nashville-based singer, songwriter, producer, and guitarist’s independent debut single “Nineties” achieved viral success, claiming real estate on multiple major Spotify playlists. Michigander’s first two EPs, Midland [2018] and Where Do We Go From Here [2019], have become fan favorites, with the latter’s standout single “Misery” eclipsing 10 million streams and earning Michigander his first Triple A radio hit. 2021’s critically lauded EP Everything Will Be Ok Eventually (C3 Records) elevated his career via the Top 5 Triple A radio hit “Let Down” and Top 10 Triple A radio hit “Better.” On the road, Michigander has shared the stage with Manchester Orchestra, Band of Horses, The Lumineers, Hippo Campus, Mt. Joy, and graced the stages of such marquee festivals as Lollapalooza, Electric Forest, Summerfest, Shaky Knees and more as well as SXSW. In 2023, Michigander is back, breaking personal records, charting at radio again, and on the road with a new set of songs and a re-energized passion for his craft.
Friday, July 28 – Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre +
Friday, August 25 – Cincinnati, OH @ Fountain Square Series
Sunday, August 27 – St. Louis, MO @ Evolution Festival ^
Friday, September 29 – Ocean City, MD @ Oceans Calling ^
October 6-8 – Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits ^
October 13-15 – Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits ^
Thursday, November 2 – San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore +
Wednesday, November 8 – Albuquerque, NM @ El Rey Theater +
Sunday, November 12 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall+
Tuesday, November 14 – Birmingham, AL @ Iron City Bham +
Wednesday, November 15 – Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl Nashville +
Friday, November 17 – Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte +
Saturday, November 18 – Harrisburg, PA @ Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center +
Sunday, November 19 – Richmond, VA @ The National +
Tuesday, November 21 – Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore Silver Spring +
Wednesday, November 22 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore Philadelphia +
Friday, November 24 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom +
Saturday, November 25 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel +
Sunday, November 26 – Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage +
Tuesday, November 28 – New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall +
Wednesday, November 29 – Boston, MA @ Roadrunner +
Friday, December 1 – Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall +
Saturday, December 2 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues +
Sunday, December 3 – Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore Detroit +
Wednesday, December 6 – Madison, WI @ The Sylvee +
Friday, December 8 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre+
Saturday, December 9 – Minneapolis, MN @ Uptown Theater +
Sunday, December 10 – Omaha, NE @ The Admiral Theater +
Tuesday, December 12 – Denver, CO @ Fillmore Auditorium +
Wednesday, December 13 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex +
Thursday, December 14 – Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory +
Friday, December 15 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater +
Saturday, December 16 – Seattle, WA @ The Showbox +
+ dates supporting Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness
^ festival appearance
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