Mikal Cronin just released his sophomore record MCII last week on Drag City, and with it comes the delivery of a video for the full-bodied and heartbreaking song "Change". Everyone's been at this kind of house party: bodies crushing into each other, a lively band delivering the energy, people making out in corners. But no one quite knows the pain of being at a house party like this while actually being invisible. A young, hoodie-wearing kid can't seem to fit in anywhere at the party because he simply can't get recognized. It's a tragic little tale that ends with a happy flip, and contributes all the more to the cathartic, nerve-touching nature of the song.

Mikal Cronin is on tour with his band now, and you can catch him across these great United States at these places:

May
24 - The Echo  Los Angeles, California
25 - Rickshaw Stop  San Francisco, California
June
1 - Mississippi Studios  Portland, Oregon
7 - Tractor Tavern  Seattle, Washington
8 - Ole Beck VFW Post 209  Missoula, Montana
10 -  7th Street Entry  Minneapolis, Minnesota
11 - Empty Bottle  Chicago, Illinois
12 - Lager House  Detroit, Michigan
13 - Silver Dollar  Toronto, Ontario  NXNE Festival 
14 - Silver Dollar  Toronto, Ontario  NXNE Festival 
15 - Silver Dollar  Toronto, Ontario  NXNE Festival 
16 - La Divan Orange  Montreal, Quebec 
17 - Great Scott  Boston, Massachusetts 
18 - Kung Fu Necktie  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
20 - Bowery Ballroom  New York, New York
21 - Comet Ping Pong  Washington, DC
22 - Emerald Lounge  Asheville, North Carolina 
23 - The Earl  Atlanta, Georgia
24 - The Stone Fox  Nashville, Tennessee
26 - Club Dada  Dallas, Texas 
27 - Mohawk (Inside Stage)  Austin, Texas 
28 - Padres  Marfa, Texas  
29 -  Club Congress  Tucson, Arizona
July 
19 - Pitchfork Festival  Chicago, Illinois  
August
25 - FYF Fest  Los Angeles , California