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Michael Rault recently announced his new album – his first for Wick Records (a subsidiary of Daptone) – It’s A New Day Tonight, which will be released May 18th. Dream Song, showcases an introspective and serene side of the album, recounting Rault’s retreat into sleep to escape the stress and anxiety of waking life. com/michael rault/ Twitter: twitter.
Read Michael Rault's bio and find out more about Michael Rault's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. Michael and his band were included in Beatroute Magazine’s best albums of 2007, and CJSR announced that Sure Are Fun was one of the most played albums of that year, and again the Mixed Signals graced the stage at Syncrude’s Next Fest. In 2008, Rault began performing as a solo, armed only with his guitar, amp, and a tambourine which he tapes to his foot. This format successfully translates his distinctive brand of roots rock and roll into a more minimalist presentation, with great effect. Since the transition Rault was included in CKUA Radio’s U-22, a special which focused on young Alberta.
Michael Rault :: Give Me Another Chance (Big Star). This tune is slightly hidden on the back end of Big Star’s legendary debut album Record, but it really stood out to me. The chords are really creative and the lyrics are great. I like that it’s a sensitive song about being an angry guy in a moment of vulnerability. I always thought that was somewhat unique. Michael Rault :: Winter Rose (Billy Nicholls). I was in the midst of working out the parts so my band could cover it live, so when this came up I thought I might as well take a shot at a bedroom-recorded one-man.
Michael Rault (1 Albums, 5 Tracks). TAGGED AS: michael rault. Michael Rault’s second full-length, It’s A New Day Tonight, has its home in the darkness, like much rock and roll-many of its songs look at nocturnal activities, particularly sleep. Sleeping and dreaming were attractive concepts, says Rault. The breezy album opener I’ll Be There sets the tone, its sauntering rhythm letting an earwormy chorus and intricate guitar solo blossom from sun-dappled strumming. But even with the carefree vibe, Rault’s lyrics are about the emotional toll of a musician’s life on the road. The title track, New Day Tonight, is a midtempo reverie that’s elevated by tremolo guitar and delicate strings (which Daptone house engineer Gabe Roth helped tweak).