New Release & Live Video: Dawes – Everything Is Permanent

Dawes have shared new single “Everything Is Permanent,” An official performance video – directed by Caitlin Gerard at Hollywood, CA’s historic EastWest Studios – has also been unveiled.

“Everything Is Permanent” marks the latest single from Dawes’ upcoming eighth studio album, Misadventures of Doomscroller, arriving everywhere on Friday, July 22.

“This is a song (about how everything about us is tracked, documented, recorded, filed, mined, bought, sold, etc. etc. on some level) that is wrapped around a molten core of a breakdown / freakout / majorminorinterweave that is probably the moment I’m most proud of on the whole record,” says singer/guitarist Taylor Goldsmith. “After showing you the blood and guts, we gently sew the song back together again and end with what could be the tagline for all of social media and the screen-life-culture that we subscribe to these days to varying degrees: ‘Did you really need to cry? Or be seen crying?’”

Dawes will celebrate the new record with a non-stop live schedule getting underway with a very special Independence Day event with Phil Lesh & Friends, set for Monday, July 4 at Asbury Park, NJ’s Stone Pony Summer Stage. A jam-packed international itinerary follows, including headline shows, festival performances, a summer run with The Head and The Heart, and a just-announced co-headline tour with Canadian artist Bahamas. “An Evening with Dawes and Bahamas” will see both acts performing together for two unique live sets, with Dawes backing Bahamas and Bahamas then joining Dawes for an unprecedented collaborative performance. The tour begins September 7 at Knoxville, TN’s Bijou Theatre and then travels the US through the month.

JULY 4 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Summer Stage †
29 – Yuzawa, JP – Fuji Rock Festival *

AUGUST 1 – Austin, TX – ACL Live at The Moody Theater ^
2 – Austin, TX – ACL Live at The Moody Theater ^ (SOLD OUT)
4 – Houston, TX – Lawn at White Oak ^
5 – Dallas, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory ^
6 – Oklahoma City, OK – The Criterion ^
7 – Arvada, CO – Arvada Center for the Arts
8 – Salt Lake City, UT – Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre ^
9 – Boise, ID – Outlaw Field at the Idaho Botanical Garden ^
11 – Missoula, MT – KettleHouse Amphitheater ^
12 – Seattle, WA – Marymoor Park ^ (SOLD OUT)
13 – Seattle, WA – Marymoor Park ^
16 – Portland, OR – McMenamins Edgefield Amphitheater ^
18 – Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Bowl ^
19 – Berkeley, CA – Greek Theatre ^
20 – Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theatre ^
22 – San Diego, CA – Humphreys Concerts By The Bay ^
23 – San Diego, CA – Humphreys Concerts By The Bay ^
27 – Tisbury, MA – Beach Road Weekend *
28 – Bridgeview, IL – Sacred Rose *

SEPTEMBER 3-4 – Indianapolis, IN – All In Music & Arts Festival *
7 – Knoxville, TN – Bijou Theatre #
8 – Richmond, VA – Brown’s Island #
9 – Winston-Salem, NC – Gears and Guitars #
10 – Charleston, SC – The Windjammer #
11 – Wilmington, NC – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater #
13 – Baltimore, MD – Soundstage #
14 – Patchogue, NY – Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts #
16 – Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre
17 – Hammondsport, NY – Point of the Bluff Vineyards #
18 – Columbus, OH – Athenaeum Theatre #
19 – Iowa City, IA – Englert Civic Theatre #
21 – Bloomington, IL – Castle Theatre #
22 – Lexington, KY – The Burl Outdoors #
23 – Memphis, TN – Overton Park Shell #
24 – Franklin, TN – Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival *
25- Baton Rouge, LA – Manship Theatre

*Festival Performance
† w/Phil Lesh & Friends
^ Supporting The Head and The Heart
#“An Evening with Dawes and Bahamas”

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