|09-May||DK||Aarhus||Pop Revo Festival, Aarhus (DK)|
|12-May||B||Brussels||La Nuit de Botanique Festival|
|16-May||UK||London||Tuffnel Park Dome|
|17-May||UK||Brighton||Great Escape Festival, UNCUT stage|
|18-May||NL||Utrecht||Le Guess Who? May Day|
Mikal Cronin’s self-titled debut (Trouble In Mind, 2011) was all about endings: the end of college, the end of a serious relationship, and the end of his time in Los Angeles, where he grew up. So it’s no surprise that his second album, MCII — the first for Merge Records — is all about new beginnings.