New Video Premier
wish talk will see a wide release on May 15.
You’re In Our World Now on sale March 20.
Munro III available now from digital distributors and streaming sites.
It Comes and Goes out now!
Click the It Comes and Goes cover for a special offer on the download of the album. Use the code “everything” to get 50% off until June 30.
2020 Out now available
Are you tired of all the same old rhymes (how many times do you need to hear “heart” rhymed with “apart”)? Heard enough of the overused device of matching opposites in a verse (you hear “laugh”, you know there’s going to be a “cry” coming up)? You won’t hear all the clichés in Munro’s music. You know that half the time / he doesn’t even try to rhyme. It’s not “pop”. It’s not inaccessibly weird. Maybe you’re sick of all the synthesizers and just want to hear some crunchy guitar music. He’s got that. It’s not the Foo Fighters, but it’s not Justin Timberlake either. Munro is a slightly quirky songwriter, a sort of blend of They Might Be Giants and Lou Reed. Mix in some Cure and TPOH. Most importantly (and harder to describe), he has his own sound, his own mix of instrumentation and vocal stylings, and his own unique inspirations. His songs have humor, but he doesn’t hit you over the head with it. The irony and cleverness is there for those who look for it, but it’s also easy to miss. He has a subtlety that says, “if you get it, cool, I hope you like it. If you don’t get it, I still hope you like it. 😉 ” This music is not meant to shock you, but it’s not meant to lull you either. It’s not over-produced, it’s not over-compressed, it’s not polished radio fodder. It’s real, honest, raw, and humble. Munro is a real guy, a working-class family man making music as a passion.
When the pandemic hit in early 2020, many musicians resorted to performances in their home studios and streaming them online. What choice did they have? Munro busted out the song list and spent five days recreating dozens of songs from his catalog in solo acoustic fashion. Here they are, with all their ups and downs.
Backing track from Quist.
“Everything” from the album It Comes and Goes (2021).
“Papaya (I’ll Thank You)” from the album 2020 Out (2020).