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Michigander, the solo project formed by frontman and Michigan native Jason Singer recently announced his Where Do We Go From Here EP, out this September 13 on C3 Records. Today he shares a new one off the EP, the heartbroken, but you’re still smiling song “Misery.”

NPR has remarked that “Singer has the most astounding knack for writing anthemic pop songs. Wise beyond his years with an angelic confidence in his voice, he’s adept at crafting those musical moments that ring with high emotional impact.” “Misery” is a perfect example of his skill for writing those hooks– listen to it HERE.

Singer and his band are no strangers to the road, having built up a loyal fanbase over the years. They will kick off a fall headlining tour in their home state, playing a record release show at the Crofoot Ballroom on September 13.

The tour will take them to NYC’s Rough Trade on September 19, Nashville’s The High Watt on September 29 and more. They’ll also be playing dates throughout the summer, having already made stops at Seattle’s Capitol Hill Block Party and Appleton, WI’s Mile of Music Festival, as well as their recent sold out Lollapalooza aftershow. See all tour dates below and visit for more info.

Michigander was born out of restless feet and the need to say something. After releasing his debut single, “Nineties,” in 2016, and followed by 2018’s debut EP, Midland, Michigander solidified its place as an exciting new artist and gained critical attention. 

Founded by Charlie Walker, Charles Attal and Charlie Jones of C3 Presents and C3 Management, C3 Records is a new full-service record label based in Austin, TX.

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