Columbus, Ohio, troubadour Micah Schnabel’s new record The Teenage Years Of The 21st Century hit the streets (via streaming sites) December 3rd. He’s happy  to announce a run of dates in March 2020 supporting Frank Turner (below).

Listen to the record here:

“[This record] is my attempt at chronicling the anger, fear, and disillusionment of our current times,” Schnabel explains. “The absolute anxiety that is our political climate. The everyday war of being pinned against one another from birth to achieve at all cost with little to no regard for our fellow humans.”

“Writing this record was my way of coping with a world that feels like it’s descending into madness,” he adds. “I hope others find a connection and feel a little less alone. If only for a moment.”

Schnabel has been the front man of Two Cow Garage since the band’s conception 18 years ago producing seven records and touring 150-200 days out of the year nationally and internationally. Exploring his solo career for the past ten years, Schnabel has created four full-length records and two EPs. He’s toured with The Hold Steady, Lucero, John Moreland, Dave Hause and Beach Slang.

Additionally, in 2018, Schnabel’s first novel, Hello My Name Is Henry, was published on White Gorilla Press.

Visit him at:
Instagram @micahschnabel
Twitter @micahtwocow

Tour Dates (All dates with Frank Turner):
MARCH 03 – FOLKESTONE, Lea Cliffs Hall
MARCH 06 – CROYDON, The Recreational – Fairfield Halls
MARCH 07 – BOSTON, Glilderdrome
MARCH 08 – YORK, The Barbican
MARCH 10 – MIDDLESBOROUGH, The Middlesborough Empire
MARCH 11 – GLASGOW, Barrowlands
MARCH 13 – BATH, The Forum
MARCH 14 – AYLESBURY, Waterside Theatre
MARCH 15 – SOUTHEND, Cliffs Pavilion
MARCH 16 – NORWICH, Waterfront
MARCH 18 – WINCHESTER, Guildhall
MARCH 19 – EXETER, Lemongrove