Mega Ran & MC Lars Release “Gulliver’s Travels” feat. Jill Sobule

On Friday, Mega Ran & MC Lars released the latest new track from their literary themed LP The Dewey Decibel System“Gulliver’s Travels” is a reggae inspired duet with 90s rock icon JILL SOBULE, with a chorus written by PATENT PENDING’S Joe Ragosta.  With lyrics following the duo as they travel around the world, “Gulliver’s Travels” is a fantastic teaching tool that ties into some of Jonathan Swift’s social satire. Listen here

Currently on the road together in the UK, the duo will kick off the North American leg of the tour on April 30th in Fargo, ND.  In addition to the dates together, Mega Ran performed on Friday at Madison Square Garden’s Hulu Theater at ROH’s G1 Supercard Festival in NYC and MC Lars will celebrate ten years of Robot Kills at Boston’s Brighton Music Hall on June 8th.  Full dates are below and tickets can be found at

Mega Ran & MC Lars

April 9 @ Audio Glasgow in Glasgow, UK

April 10 @ The Parish in Huddersfield, UK

April 11 @ Bodega Social in Nottingham, UK

April 13 @ The Sebright Arms in London, UK

April 30 @ The Aquarium in Fargo, ND

May 1 @ Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis, MN

May 2 @ Colectivo Coffee Lakefront in Milwaukee, WI

May 3 @ Cobra Lounge in Chicago, IL

May 4 @ The Pike Room in Detroit, MI

May 5 @ Mahall’s in Lakewood, OH

May 7 @ The Bug Jar in Rochester, NY

May 8 @ Rumba Café in Columbus, OH

May 9 @ Smiling Moose in Pittsburgh, PA

May 10 @ True Music Room in Nashville, TN

May 11 @ Heady.Made.Weird in Birmingham, AL

May 12 @ Neighborhood Theatre in Charlotte, NC

May 13 @ Smith’s Olde Bar in Atlanta, GA

May 14 @ The High Dive in Gainesville, FL

May 15 @ Respectable Street in West Palm Beach, FL

May 16 @ The Geek Easy in Winter Park, FL

June 8 @ Brighton Music Hall in Boston, MA ##

## – Only MC Lars

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