Red Light Management

Artist Bio

There is a neighbourhood to the east of Winnipeg’s Red River named St Boniface, a quiet corner of the city, where the street names nod to its Francophone history, and where the architectural reminders of a community forged amid Canada’s vast prairie still stand: railways, meat-packers, steel and faith and lumber and grain. “It’s a little bit of an underdog neighbourhood,” says Micah Visser. “It’s the one that no one really thinks about. But I think it’s unique and beautiful and we have a massive park you can walk into and see no sign of the city. My brother and I would walk there every evening and escape.” Visser named his band after this neighbourhood — it was after all where he grew up, where he spent his childhood learning violin and saxophone, guitar and piano, where he passed his days teaching himself the songs of Leonard Cohen and local heroes (and his Mother’s favourites) The Weakerthans, until he could no longer remember when he stopped playing other people’s songs and began writing his own. Where, over time, he forged a sound that would draw on all of these influences and more; that would take an indie sensibility and make it glisten, that found its way to a new kind of 21st century pop. 

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Tour Dates

Mar 10 2020
Great Scott
Allston, MA
Mar 13 2020
Rough Trade NYC
Brooklyn, NY
Mar 14 2020
Berlin Under A
New York City, NY
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Mar 16 2020
Pearl Street Warehouse
Washington, D.c., DC
Mar 23 2020
Bootleg Theater
Los Angeles, CA
Mar 26 2020
Sunset Tavern
Seattle, WA
Mar 27 2020
Mississippi Studios
Portland, OR
May 16 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom
May 17 2020
Nottingham, United Kingdom
May 19 2020
Leeds, United Kingdom
May 20 2020
Liverpool, United Kingdom
May 22 2020
SWG3 Poetry club
Glasgow, United Kingdom
May 23 2020
Victoria Park
Warrington, United Kingdom
May 27 2020
London, United Kingdom