Just after the first of the year in the midst of his cancer treatment, Mike Marchant recorded a bunch of songs. According to Mike, he wasn't in the best shape, physically or mentally, but since making music is what he does, he naturally turned to the tunes to help him cope.
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And Mike's now sharing the fruit of his efforts in the form of a six-song EP titled Lost and Found Sounds (2012-2013), which is available for just three bucks on his bandcamp page. "Most songs were made in a night or in a couple of hours," Mike tells us. "I didn't edit or mix heavily, as I think they're good kind of raw and screwed up." Proceeds from the EP will go towards Mike's treatment. There's also a new record in the works, and Widowers are preparing to issue a new single called "Pacific Hit" real soon. Listen to a snippet below.
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