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Quinn XCII Announces 2019 Tour and New Album

Quinn XCII has announced that his sophomore album, From Michigan With Love, will be released at the beginning of 2019. The ‘Straightjacket’ singer then revealed, exclusively to Billboard, that this will be accompanied by a headlining tour.

From Michigan With Love will display a new side of Quinn XCII as he has now had more time to experiment with new music styles and sounds.

“There’s still a lot of the classic Quinn stuff that you’re used to hearing too, but I’m definitely pushing my own boundaries forward with this new music also,” he explained to Billboard. “I’ve grown a lot as a person and artist, I’ve gotten to work with a lot of new people, I’ve toured the world and gotten to meet so many amazing fans who have been supporting the music for years. With all of that comes a much better understanding of the music I want to make and the impact I want it to have.”

Quinn XCII will be visiting 30 different cities on his upcoming tour and although this album does not have an exact release date yet, the tour dates have been released to the general public. The North American leg of the tour will begin in Indianapolis on February 19, 2019 and make its final stop in Austin on April 17th. European dates have also been announced.

Fans of the singer have been listening to two new tracks off of From Michigan With Love which are now available for both purchase and download. ‘Sad Still’ and ‘Werewolf’ featuring Yoshi Flower were released in early November of 2018 and have given listeners an idea of what this new album may sound like.

It is clear that Quinn XCII will be blending genres throughout From Michigan With Love after listening to the two tracks released from this new project so far. The ‘Straightjacket’ singer has teased fans with hints about this announcement for a little while now and many have displayed their excitement on social media.

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Written by Alessandra

A music journalist originally from the New York area who loves to speak and write about music of all different genres. The world of sound is filled with endless possibilities and experiences.