ICYMI:
DAWES PERFORMED
“WHO DO YOU THINK YOU’RE TALKING TO?” LAST NIGHT ON
JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE!
BAND ALSO SHARES LAST NIGHT’S ONLINE EXCLUSIVE PERFORMANCE OF
“ST. AUGUSTINE AT NIGHT”
NEW ALBUM, GOOD LUCK WITH WHATEVER,
ARRIVES VIA ROUNDER RECORDS ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2
FULL BAND ONLINE CONCERT FRIDAY, AUGUST 28
“One of my favorite bands.”
– Rob Lowe
Last night, Dawes performed “Who Do You Think You’re Talking To?” on Jimmy Kimmel Live! guest-hosted by Rob Lowe. The song is from their new album, Good Luck With Whatever (Rounder), out October 2. The band also performed “St. Augustine At Night” as an online exclusive.
 “WHO DO YOU THINK YOU’RE TALKING TO?” ON JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE!
The band’s new album, GOOD LUCK WITH WHATEVER – which marks Dawes’ first release on their new label, Rounder Records – follows a series of acclaimed self-released albums including 2013’s STORIES DON’T END, 2015’s ALL YOUR FAVORITE BANDS, 2016’s WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE, and 2018’s PASSWORDS, all of which reached the top 10 or higher on Billboard’s “Top Rock Albums” and “Americana/Folk Albums” charts.
From its first downbeat, GOOD LUCK WITH WHATEVER sees Goldsmith grappling with the expectations of adulthood on a remarkable cycle of new songs fueled by many of the same elements that first earned the band worldwide attention and applause – graceful melodies with kinetic riffs and intricate musical interplay. Throughout the album, Dawes once again prove incredibly adept at pushing the emotional limits of the classically structured rock song, a testament to their tightly honed yet imaginative musicianship and the gripping specificity of Goldsmith’s songwriting. A culmination of their entire catalogue and decade-long career all wrapped up in nine glorious tracks, GOOD LUCK WITH WHATEVER reclaims the rugged urgency and easy confidence of Dawes’ early work while tapping into the veteran band’s intense musical connection more effectively than ever before.
“In the past, I’ve definitely been more precious about the way I wanted the songs to sound, but that’s never as fun,” Goldsmith says. “The music we make is everyone’s mode of expression, and the other guys all have chops that I don’t have and never will. The fact that we’re able to lean on each other and celebrate each other as individuals just makes us so much more excited about getting to play together in this band.”
Dawes will perform a full online concert on Aug 28. Visit dawestheband.com for more info. A portion of the proceeds from the concert will go to benefit Independent Music Venues.
Dawes is: Taylor Goldsmith (guitars, vocals), Griffin Goldsmith (drums), Wylie Gelber (bass), Lee Pardini (keys).
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