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Mike Bones Plays the Fool


By: Spacelab Research Staff

Mikes Bones curses his troubled mind, because it never ever rests. That's what he says in the song "What I Have Left" off of his new album, A Fool For Everyone. It comes across as a gritty sort of New-York take on the philosophy of life.

"All these songs were written after June 2007, except "Everybody's Always Coming Down On Me" which is quite an old song. I wrote one on the beach in Spain, the rest at my desk in New York City," said Mike when speaking about the album.

The album was recorded by Mitch Rackin at Seaside Lounge and mixed by Nicholas Vernhes at Rare Book Room. Guest appearances include Matt Sweeney (Bonnie Prince Billy, Chavez, Zwan), Parker Kindred (Antony & The Johnsons), Ken Griffin (Favourite Sons), Brad Truax (Jah Division), members of Sian Alice Group (Rupert Clervaux, Ben Crook, Sasha Vine and Eben Bull) and Douglas Armour.

A Fool For Everyone will be released by The Social Registry on February 3rd.


 VIDEO: Mike Bones - What I Have Left


 VIDEO: Mike Bones Interview


 MP3: Mike Bones - What I Have Left


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