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Michou

Michou
Origin Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Genres Folk rock
Years active 2007 (2007)–2012 (2012)
Labels Distort and Green and Gold Music
Website
Members Michael Hargreaves (2007-2012)
Ryan Frith (2007-2012)
Sasha Appler (2007-2012)
Stefan Cvetkovic (2009-2012)
Past members Ryan Ard (2007-2009)
Lucas Semple (2007-2008)

Michou was a Canadian folk rock band from Windsor. Michou's first release was 2007's EP, Medea. Their first studio album was titled Myshkin, released 2008 in Canada,[1]

Following the release of 2008's Myshkin, Michou released their Rosehips EP, a collection of three "limited edition acoustic songs [that the band] recorded in Winnipeg, MB at Empire Recording".[2] The 2009 release of Rosehips was limited to 500 Dropcard downloads with access to the songs "Rosehips", "Four Brothers", and "Weak Knees", which were recorded between sessions that became Cardona.

Michou released their sophomore studio album titled Cardona through iTunes Canada on February 16, 2010.[3]

Michou released their second EP in 2011 Celebrate Love.

Michou officially disbanded in autumn 2012 in order for the members to pursue other interests. Hargreaves and Cvetkovic have recently formed a band, The Walkervilles, with longtime friend and fellow Windsor musician Pat Robitaille.

Discography

  • Medea (EP) (2007)
  • Myshkin (2008)
  • Rosehips (EP) (2009)
  • Cardona (2010)
  • Celebrate Love (EP) (2011)

References

External links

  • Michou official website


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