While gearing up for the release of his forthcoming album The Winter of Our Discotheque, which is set for release on September 24th, Michael C. Duguay has shared a new track called “Twenty-Five To Life.”
The new album will mark Duguay’s first record in almost a decade, and it’s made up of a collection of tracks that explore Duguay’s life in hospital beds, shelters, and addiction treatment.
“Twenty-Five to Life” revolves around the story of Duguay’s experience meeting a convict who recently paroled, and the room they shared together at a Salvation Army shelter back in 2016. “When I was living in the Salvation Army, I shared a common love of mid-90’s radio rock with many of the other residents and that we played together in the shelter’s space,” Duguay explains. “That was the first time I had communed with music in years, and it was a sacred experience.”
Listen to “Twenty Five To Life” below.
Lead photo courtesy of Jamie Kronick.