QUINN XCII’S NEW ALBUM FROM MICHIGAN WITH LOVE AVAILABLE NOW
NORTH AMERICAN HEADLINE SHOWS KICK OFF NEXT WEEK
Today, genre blending artist Quinn XCII has released his sophomore album From Michigan With Love via Columbia Records. The 12-track album features collaborations with Jon Bellion, Elohim, Yoshi Flower, Noah Kahan, Ashe and Louis Futon and serves as a deeper dive into who he is as an artist, while therapeutically unleashing his inner thoughts and battles with anxiety and mental health into his music.
“I’m very proud to present my sophomore album From Michigan With Love,” says Quinn XCII. “On this project I made some of my most honest and introspective music, and finally got the courage to open up about my own struggles with mental health and anxiety. The idea behind the title, From Michigan With Love, is how I grew up dealing with these things in Michigan, and despite having moved to LA to live out my dreams, I’m still battling those same issues today. I’m experimenting with a lot of new sounds on this album and going in new directions that I’ve always wanted to try. I’ve become much more comfortable as a person and an artist, and I owe that to the amazing community of fans who support me and my music.”
To help celebrate the album release, Quinn XCII has also shared a new visual for album track “U & Us” today – check out the beautifully animated video HERE, created by Claire Schmitt.
Quinn XCII has officially kicked off his headlining “From Tour With Love” world tour and will step back into the US next week. With 20 shows sold out and many more on the verge, the 39-show trek will stop in major markets including Terminal 5 (NYC), The Riviera (Chicago), The Masonic (SF), The Wiltern (LA) and more. Tickets and tour dates are available now at http://fromtourwithlove.com/.
From Michigan With Love Track-list
- Holding Hands (feat. Elohim)
- Life Must Go On
- U & Us
- Werewolf (feat. Yoshi Flower)
- Tough (feat. Noah Kahan)
- When I Die
- Abel & Cain
- Sad Still
- Good Thing Go
- Right Where You Should Be (feat. Ashe & Louis Futon)