Dawes Does North America

We’re all gonna die, so we might as well go see Dawes. The band released a new album in September and has more than 50 dates planned in North America to bring the music to the people.

The band’s LP We’re All Gonna Die, released Sept. 16, is not as morbid as the title might suggest. Guitarist and vocalist Taylor Goldsmith said of the album: “Pretty much every song on this record explores a difficult situation and tries to find a way to find the good in it, or at least remin in Solana Beach Jan. 10. After that the band plays a ton of solo gigs all around the country and appears at  in North Charleston, S.C., on April 23. The last scheduled headline show is May 3 in Charlotte, N.C., and Dawes’ final performance right now is May 7 at the  in Memphis, Tenn.

The routing also includes a two-night stand at the historic  in Nashville April 28-29.

The next place you can catch the band is at “” on Dec. 11 at  in Los Angeles.

The 2012 Pollstar HotStar Dawes is winning fans in all the right places it seems. The album was produced by Blake Mills, who is known for his work with Alabama Shakes, and featured that band’s vocalist Brittany Howard and Jim James of .

The band recently has been on a media campaign and played on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” earlier this week. Check out the band playing “Quitter” below:

Here is the mammoth 2017 routing:

Jan. 10 – Solana Beach, Calif., Belly Up Tavern
Jan. 11 – Phoenix, Ariz., The Crescent Ballroom
Jan. 13 – San Luis Obispo, Calif., Fremont Theatre
Jan. 14 – Santa Barbara, Calif., Lobero Theatre
Jan. 20 – Stateline, Nev., Montbleu Resort Casino & Spa
Jan. 28 – Austin, Texas, Stubb’s Bar-B-Q
Jan. 29 – Oklahoma City, Okla., ACM @ UColo.
Jan. 31 – Little Rock, Ark., Revolution Music Room
Feb. 1 – St. Louis, Mo., The Pageant
Feb. 3 – Minneapolis, Minn., State Theatre
Feb. 4 – Iowa City, Iowa, The Englert Theatre
Feb. 6 – Madison, Wis., Barrymore Theatre
Feb. 7 – Omaha, Neb., The Waiting Room
Feb. 8 – Sioux Falls, S.D., Orpheum Theater Center
Feb. 10 – Boulder, Colo., Fox Theatre
Feb. 11 – Aspen, Colo., Belly Up Aspen
Feb. 12 – Salt Lake City, Utah, The Depot
Feb. 21 – San Francisco, Calif., The Fillmore
Feb. 22 – Portland, Ore., Wonder Ballroom
Feb. 24 – Seattle, Wash., The Showbox
Feb. 25 – Missoula, Mont., The Wilma
Feb. 26 – Billings, Mont., The Pub Station
Feb. 28 – Des Moines, Iowa, Wooly’s
March 3 – Birmingham, Ala., Iron City
March 4 – Atlanta, Ga., Variety Playhouse
March 5 – Durham, N.C., Durham Performing Arts Center
March 7 – Wilmington, Del., Grand Opera House
March 8 – Washington, DC, Lincoln Theatre
March 10 – New York, N.Y., Beacon Theatre
March 11 – Boston, Mass., Orpheum Theatre
March 12 – Hartford, Conn., Infinity Hall Hartford
March 14 – Northampton, Mass., Academy Of Music Theatre
March 15 – Ithaca, N.Y., State Theatre
March 17 – Toronto, Ontario, Opera House Concert Venue
March 18 – Ithaca, N.Y., State Theatre
March 19 – Indianapolis, Ind., The Vogue
March 21 – Tulsa, Okla., Cain’s Ballroom
March 22 – Santa Fe, N.M., Lensic Performing Arts Center
March 23 – Flagstaff, Ariz., The Orpheum Theater
April 1 – Los Angeles, Calif., The Theatre At Ace Hotel
April 21 – Louisville, Ky., W.L. Lyons Brown Theatre
April 23 – North Charleston, S.C., Riverfront Park (High Water Festival)
April 25 – Asheville, N.C., The Orange Peel
April 28 – Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium
April 29 – Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium
April 30 – Chattanooga, Tenn., Revelry Room
May 2 – Wilmington, N.C., Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre
May 3 – Charlotte, N.C., Fillmore Charlotte
May 7 – Memphis, Tenn., Tom Lee Park (Beale Street Music Festival)

Tickets to select dates go on sale Nov. 18 at 10 a.m. local time. Head over to DawesTheBand.com for the latest on the group.