MICAH ERENBERG SHARES NEW SINGLE, “DO IT FOR LOVE”

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UK AND GERMAN TOUR DATES BEGIN MAY 8

"Canada's Best Indie Rock Newcomer” - GigWise UK

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Earlier this year, the diversely talented multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer Micah Erenberg signed to Sleepless Records and shared the video for “Somewhere Beyond The Ocean” directed by Colin Medley. Today, Erenberg returns with “Do It For Love”, a song which GigWise UK notes “Master songwriting and a devastating vocal take make this a standout ahead of his new LP."

“Do It For Love” is a song about the unlikely friendships that follow you throughout your whole life. “I had a friend when I was a kid who didn’t want to grow up,” says Erenberg. “And as we did he went through a lot of hard times. It wasn’t easy for him, but no matter what he always had a positive outlook on life. He was always able to turn a bad vibe into a good one; a great gift for such a young person. That’s kinda what the first verse is about. To this day he’s still an inspiration to my own growth.

Years later, I met this guy at a community house / artspace place in California. He really didn’t like me too much. Then one day I was playing some TVZ. It wasn’t long until we found out that we had a lot more in common than we thought. Over the next three months we ended up spending some of the greatest times of our lives together. And then I moved home and we thought we might never see each other again. Even then it’s a countdown to when you might meet up again...4 years later we’re playing a song about him in Minneapolis, and guess who walks in? That was a pretty special moment. Sometimes you don’t know who or what you’re waiting for and then it all comes pretty clear, pretty fast.”

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Manitoba’s Erenberg lyrics are a mosaic of stories, thoughts, and reactions from small town, big ideas Canada; the land of few people and vast, flat, lake laden landscape. His music is charming, witty, and authentic. His full disclosure style of writing makes for captivating, poetic and gracefully heartbreaking songs that display an honesty and talent that doesn't take itself too seriously. Recently, Erenberg was nominated for a 2019 Western Canadian Music Award for Roots Solo Artist Of The Year.

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TOUR DATES
May 5 - Winnipeg, MB - The Good Will
May 8 - London, UK - The Slaughtered Lamb
May 9 - Brighton, UK - The Great Escape
May 11 - Brighton, UK - The Great Escape
May 12 - St. Leonards on the Sea, UK - Marina Fountain
May 17 - Glasgow, UK - Blue Arrow
May 18 - Middlesborough, UK - Georgian Theatre
May 20 - Leeds, UK - Oporto
May 23 - Coventry, UK - The Tin Arts
May 29 - London, UK - Sebright Arms
Jun 3 - London, UK - The Ned
Jun 12 - Essen, DE - Zeche Carl*
Jun 13 - Stuttgart, DE - Club Cann*
Jun 15 - Munchen, DE - Ampere*
Jun 18 - Nurnberg, DE - Club Stereo*
Jun 19 - Munster, DE - Gleis 22*
Jun 20 - Haldern, DE - Pop Bar*
Jun 21 - Koln, DE - Artheater*
Jun 22 - Aachen, DE - Musikbunker*
Jun 23 - Wiesbaden, DE - Sclachtof*
Jun 25 - Hannover, DE - Lux*
Jun 26 - Hamburg, DE - Schanzezelt*
Jun 27 - Berlin, DE - Badehaus*
Jun 28 - Bremen, DE - Tower*
Aug 22 - Kerry, MB - Hootowl Festival
Oct 12 - Middlesborough, UK - Twisterella Festival

* with An Horse

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Photo Credit : Colin Medley  // DOWNLOAD HIGH-RES

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MICAH ERENBERG SHARES PERFECTLY IMPERFECT NEW VIDEO BY COLIN MEDLEY

WATCH AND SHARE “SOMEWHERE BEYOND THE OCEAN” HERE

SIGNS TO SLEEPLESS RECORDS FOR UPCOMING LP

TOUR DATES BEGIN MARCH 7

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Micah Erenberg is a diversely talented multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer from Manitoba. His lyrics are a mosaic of stories, thoughts and reactions from small town, big ideas Canada; the land of few people and vast, flat, lake laden landscape. Erenberg's music is charming, witty, and authentic. His full disclosure style of writing makes for captivating, poetic and gracefully heartbreaking songs that display an honesty and talent that doesn't take itself too seriously.

Recently signed to Sleepless Records, today he shares the perfectly imperfect jam “Somewhere Beyond The Ocean” and the video created by Colin Medley featuring some of Manitoba’s most hidden gem locales and locals. Together, the song and video are a match made in Winnipeg winter heaven. For the video, “Colin wanted a diner, an industrial park and a toboggan hill,” says Erenberg. “The Oldie, Gimli Airport, and Pope’s Hill. We conjured up a group of lovely hooligans, embraced the cold and had a blast.”

"Sometimes it can feel like we're stuck in our lives, whether that's working a crummy job, or living in a country where it's cold most of the year,” says Medley. “With this video I wanted to show that there's always an escape, whether it's escaping into your own imagination or ditching work to go tobogganing with all your closest buddies."

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“Where to begin,” says Erenberg of the track. “This is a song that I wrote almost ten years ago. I remember the house. I remember the party. I remember the reports of my friend getting knocked out after I left. I remember the face of the person who did it. Around that time, the opening lyrics described a lot of the people in my social circles, and probably myself more than I would like to admit. I wanted to write about the feeling you get when you step away from that lifestyle. Bad habits are still habits and its harder to walk away from them than it seems.”

Originally released as an acoustic version on one of Erenberg’s earlier DIY albums “Somewhere Beyond The Ocean” is now a rock song, but still features layers of the original recording from many years ago. The song’s meaning has also evolved over time. “I remember being asked the meaning of the closing lyric,” says Erenberg. “I had initially imagined it in a conversation between lovers and had never quite understood its placement. After being asked to explain it, I realized that it was more accurately describing a common situation in modern Social Justice. It wasn’t until then that I may have truly understood what the song meant to me. More likely is that I still do not know.”

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Photo Credit : Colin Medley   // DOWNLOAD HIGH-RES

TOUR DATES
April 11 – Calgary, AB - The Nash
April 12 – Calgary, AB - The King Eddy
April 13 – Lethbridge, AB – The Owl
April 14 – Jasper, AB – The Stand Easy Legion
April 19 - Saskatoon, SK - The Underground Café
April 20 - Langenburg, SK - Flavr Country Ranch
April 25 - Winnipeg, MB - Times Change(d) High & Lonesome Club


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