Michigander is the project of Michigan musician Jason Singer and he's been on the rise for the past few years, with EPs/singles dating back to 2016 and gigs with Silversun Pickups, Born Ruffians, and more. His newest EP, Everything Will Be OK Eventually, is out today via C3 Records (order yours), and it finds him offering up atmospheric, swinging-for-the-fences indie heartland rock with hints of Lord Huron, The War On Drugs, the last Killers album, and more. It also has a more electronic side than Michigander's previous material, as Jason explains:
"In the past, I didn’t want to write anything I wasn’t sure we could pull off live. This time, I didn’t care. I incorporated programming and samples that went beyond being a rock band. I became more sure of who I am, what I want to do with music, and how I want to go about it. I tried to be more vulnerable and make something I’m very proud of. I got to add in everything I always wanted to."