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Ex-WHITE LION Singer MIKE TRAMP Releases Tenth Solo Studio Album ‘Maybe Tomorrow’
February 24th, 2017

Danish singer-songwriter Mike Tramp, formerly of White Lion and Freak Of Nature, issued tenth full-length studio album Maybe Tomorrow on February 24th, 2017 (excluding Japan) through Target / Mighty Music. Japanese release was scheduled for March 15th via Bickee Music.

Maybe Tomorrow was released worldwide on limited edition blue colour LP (limited to 500 copies), black LP, CD, and digital download.

Tramp commented: “Maybe Tomorrow is my tenth solo album, and 20 years have gone by since my first was released. My songwriting, style and sound is forever cemented in the rock world with Maybe Tomorrow, and there should be no more doubt or confusion, of who Mike Tramp is, ’cause this is where I stand and this is where I will remain.”

The outing was recorded at Medley Studios in Copenhagen, Denmark, once again with Søren Andersen engineering.

Mike Tramp played two album release shows at PH Cafeen in Copenhagen on February 24th and 25th, followed by an extensive European tour in March.

The track listing is as follows:

01. ‘Coming Home’
02. ‘It’s Not How We Do It’
03. ‘Spring’
04. ‘Would I Lie To You’
05. ‘Rust And Dust’
06. ‘Leaving One Day’
07. ‘Time And Place’
08. ‘What More Can I Say’
09. ‘Why Even Worry At All’
10. ‘Maybe Tomorrow’

Maybe Tomorrow’s recording line-up was as follows:

Mike Tramp (vocals)
Søren Andersen (guitar)
Jesper Haugaard (bass)
Morten Hellborn (drums)
Morten Buchholtz (Hammond organ and piano)

Filmed and edited by Kennie Østed, a music video was released for the track ‘Coming Home’, which can be viewed below.

Ninth solo studio record Nomad was released in August 2015.

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