Mike Posner Reveals The Cover & Release Date Of Sophomore LP ‘At Night, Alone’
Mike Posner jumped on Twitter this afternoon (March 17) to reveal the cover of sophomore album At Night, Alone (due May 6). It’s a big moment for the Detroit singer/songwriter, who is currently experiencing a career revival with top 10 hit “I Took A Pill In Ibiza.” His two previous attempts — Sky High and Pages — at following up 2010 debut LP 31 Minutes To Takeoff have never been released. (Although that might change now).
What can we expect from Mike’s new project? According to the 28-year-old, the original version of “I Took A Pill In Ibiza” sets the tone. “The album sounds like the original,” he told me earlier this month. “There are ten songs like that and a couple bonuses. At the end, as treats, there are several remixes from people all over the world. So Seeb did one, this guy called Jordan XL did one.”
“They just took my songs and made new things up, which I think is really cool,” the “Cooler Than Me” hitmaker continues. “You hear the song one way, then you hear the song a different way. The original album is my dark singer/songwriter, organic album. It was fun for me to make an album with all live instruments, we had an orchestra on one song. I had a blast.” See Mike’s announcement below.
May 6th, 2016. At Night, Alone. pic.twitter.com/1zQyxr2EH7
— mikeposner (@MikePosner) March 17, 2016