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Mike Krol Releases New Single I Wonder, Details Spring UK Shows

Friday, 30 November 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Photo: Brian Guido

Mike Krol has released a new song and details of some UK shows.

I Wonder features fellow Merge signee Allison Crutchfield and is the second single to emerge from from his new album, ‘Power Chords’, which is out on January 25.

"I Wonder was an attempt to write an apologetic breakup song, rather than the 'It's all your fault' route I normally take,” Krol says. “I wanted to write something that was more mature in approach following a mutual breakup, or one that maybe stung at the time but years later you can admit it was for the best and wish that person well.”

In April, the power-pop musician will fuzz things up in London, Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow and Leeds. Tickets are on sale now.

Mike Krol Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Mon April 22 2019 - LONDON Social
Tue April 23 2019 - BRISTOL Crofters Rights
Wed April 24 2019 - MANCHESTER Castle Hotel
Thu April 25 2019 - GLASGOW Hug and Pint
Fri April 26 2019 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club

Click here to compare & buy Mike Krol Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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