Michael Monroe releases new single and video ‘Goin’ Down With The Ship’

Michael Monroe 2015

Michael Monroe has released the video for his new single, “Goin’ Down With The Ship.”

The track is lifted from the legendary vocalist’s new album, Blackout States, released last year via Spinefarm.

Says Monroe: “The song is not necessarily about sailing or seamanship as such. It’s basically about us getting on the tour bus and hitting the road with our band. Ville Juurikkala, who shot the videos for ‘Ballad of the Lower East Side’, ‘Stained Glass Heart’ and ‘Old King’s Road’ has done this new one, too. It was pretty easy to make and includes some footage shot by the band while we were on tour.

“I think the video has a good vibe and we’re all happy with the way it turned out. Hope you enjoy it!”

Michael Monroe began a series of US tour dates yesterday and will play the following shows:

11th Feb: Los Angeles, CA @ Whiskey
12th Feb: Los Angeles, CA @ Whiskey
13th Feb: San Jose, CA @ Rock Bar
16th Feb: Sellersville, PA @ Sellersville Theater 1984
17th Feb: Cambridge, MA @ Middle East
19th Feb: New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
20th Feb: Asbury Park, NJ @ Wonder Bar
22nd Feb: Miami, FL @ Monsters of Rock East Cruise

Monroe has now also been confirmed for the inaugural Stone Free Festival at London’s O2 Arena. Monroe & Co. will be joining the likes of The Darkness and Blackberry Smoke on Saturday the 18th of June, in addition to headliner Alice Cooper, who requested the band as Special Guests for his UK headline shows in October of last year.

Stone Free Festival Poster 2016


























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