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September 28, 2020

Michigander: “Let Down”

By: Jack Anderson

Though it first started as a solo venture for Kalamazoo’s Jason Singer, his project Michigander has since blossomed into one of his namesake state’s mainstays. With Singer still retaining the role of chief songwriter, today the group released their first single of 2020.

It’s a dreamy but sincere glimpse into Singer’s mindset, and coupled with its music video, “Let Down” is an indie rocker that won’t disappoint.

Photo: Kris Herrmann


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