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MICHAEL BLUME Releases New Track “Lifting You”

Today, NYC-based, genre-defying artist Michael Blume has released the brand new, soulful track “Lifting You.” CLICK HERE to listen to the song which first premiered via Time.com. A haunting medley of spoken word, chilling falsetto, and melancholic horns, Blume delivers a gospel of self-love furnished with lyrics that are courageously vulnerable. To further investigate this concept through different artistic mediums, Michael has composed a visual essay to accompany the release of the song. CLICK HERE to read via Huffington Post. “Lifting You” is available now on iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon and Spotify

Blume, accompanied by his dynamic 11-piece band, will celebrate the release of the new single with three headlining performances at Mercury Lounge on November 9th and 16th, followed by a show at Baby’s All Right on November 17th. Adorned with Michael’s signature confessional and soul-baring live performance, the shows will preview tracks from his forthcoming EP – more details to be announced soon! Then on December 7th, he will take the stage at the Music Hall Of Williamsburg at A Positive Spin 2017. Presented by Paradigm and The Bowery Presents, the showcase will benefit the Lower East Side Girls Club and is comprised of an impressive lineup of talent including The Knocks (DJ Set), Wrabel, Flor de Toloache and more! Full routing below. For additional ticket information please log on to www.mblumemusic.com/.

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