“My Sinking Ship,” the new single, is now available everywhere

“My Sinking Ship,” the new single, is now available everywhere

“The song finds him at his brooding best, with ominous musical clouds juxtaposed with the delicate richness of his voice… [it captures] the entrancing and oft solemn quality of his early work mixed with the electric guitar fueled passion of his later output, all coupled with clever wordplay that can be both incisive and biting.” – Twangville “My Sinking Ship” From the forthcoming album, Minor Fits is now live on all download and streaming platforms: SPOTIFY APPLE MUSIC BANDCAMP AMAZON …and all the ones I either missed or don’t even know… Better yet: you can download the song, get the full story behind it, including pictures, phone memos, demos, and so much more, when you join the Minor Fits Pledge Music Campaign. “My Sinking Ship” Single Release Party Thursday, April 27th Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 196 Allen St., NYC Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:00 PM GET TICKETS HERE Please do me a solid and share this news with friends. There is no greater endorsement than hearing from a friend about a great new song. I can’t do that. You can. All I can do is make the best possible work I can. And I hope we’ve done that. “My Sinking Ship” was a long journey, and the result is everything I could have hoped for. I hope you enjoy it.  (and share it on social media!)...
“Minor Fits,” the new album by Mike Errico

“Minor Fits,” the new album by Mike Errico

Long story short: Initially, I had planned on recording a five-song, tight, straightforward EP that I would be proud to give to you. However, as soon as we started recording, I knew something special was going on, and that an EP was not going to cut it. That’s not bragging, it’s just that when you do something long enough, you kinda get a feel for when it’s the real thing, and in this case it was obvious. It also meant that an EP was not going to cut it. So I crashed through the DEAD END sign and kept on driving. I now have a full-length record that is edgy, Americana-leaning, story-based, and deeply connected to all my work that came before it. Minor Fits is being fueled by a Pledge campaign, and I’m asking you to help me see it through to completion. In addition to the finished product, I’m psyched to offer a bunch of things I’ve been itching to give you, including many other studio and live recordings, podcasts, interviews with the people who worked on the record, a quarterly subscription to the all-new and still infamous Tallboy magazine, and more. You’ll be a part of the first-ever non-holiday expansion of the Holiday Omens, which is explained below. And hey, if you don’t see something that you want, just ask me. Let’s make this work. For decades, you have been there for me and I have tried to express my gratitude by making the best possible work I can. I hope you’ll join me now, and continue to play along. So that’s it. Let’s do this. Related show...
Holiday Show Announced / Update From The Studio

Holiday Show Announced / Update From The Studio

THE MIKE ERRICO HOLIDAY SHOW Friday, December 9, 7:00p Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 196 Allen St., NYC Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:00 PM Featuring new songs from the upcoming album, strange and beautiful surprises, rural synthesizers, and your 2017 HOLIDAY OMENS. What are Holiday Omens, you ask? Oh, you will know. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE   UPDATE FROM THE STUDIO: So, here’s what’s happening. I was planning on recording a five-song EP, but it was going so well that I crashed through the DEAD END sign and kept on driving. It’s now going to be a full-length album, and it’s going to be a killer. Producer Jamie Siegel (Sting, Lauryn Hill, Taking Back Sunday) and I are letting the songs tell us where they want to go, and we’re consistently amazed by what is coming out. I’ll admit, it hurts a little to think it’s going to take more time to get this new music to you, but the end result is going to be twice the size, so I’m just going to stay focused and keep working. Last week’s studio highlight is that I got a bunch of friends and former songwriting students to come in and sing a “gang vocal” for a drinking song/existential crisis called “Here’s to the End of the World,” which I think will close the album. I’m posting video clips and pictures of all the sessions on Instagram – check em out, and let me know what you think. HERE ARE TWO QUESTIONS FOR YOU QUESTION #1: After the record is done, what format(s) do you want it to be in? CD? Vinyl? Thumb drive? Cassette...
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