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Dave Matthews Band has released yet another new single, “Again And Again”, from their upcoming album, Come Tomorrow due out on June 8th via RCA Records. This marks the third single released off Come Tomorrow, following “Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin)” and “That Girl Is You”.

The track originally debuted along with two others at the band’s 25th-anniversary show in 2016, with Dave taking a rare turn on keys. At the time, Matthews noted that it was as-of-yet untitled, but printed setlists dubbed the track “Bob Law”. Now officially re-named “Again And Again”, the catchy, bass- and synth-forward recording shifts deftly from somber and brooding to sunny and joyous, making for an at-once fresh and familiar sound that DMB fans are sure to love.

Come Tomorrowwill be Dave Matthews Band’s ninth studio release, serving as a follow-up to 2012’s Away From The World, it was created in studios across the United States and with several different producers, including John AlagiaMark BatsonRob Cavallo, and Rob Evans.

Once released, Come Tomorrow will be available in CD, digital, and cassette formats. The band also notes that they’ll release a limited-edition white-vinyl 4 LP set exclusively through the DMB and Warehouse Official stores.

Dave Matthews Band is currently in the midst of their extensive summer tour.


Dave Matthews Band have announced they will return with a new album, “Come Tomorrow”, due out June 8th, marking their first studio release since 2012’s Away From the World, and their ninth overall.

Come Tomorrow was recorded in Seattle, Los Angeles and in the band’s hometown of Charlottesville, VA, with producers Mark Batson, Rob Cavallo and Rob Evans. When the Dave Matthews Band returns to the road in May , they’ll be playing without longtime member Boyd Tinsley — the latest change in a decade that’s also seen the death of saxophonist LeRoi Moore.

For Matthews, the upcoming tour represents a step further into uncharted territory for the famously freewheeling group, and he admits to mixed emotions about moving on without another of his bandmates.

“I have a deep love for Boyd,” Matthews said regarding Tinsley, who announced earlier this year that in order to “focus on my family and my health for a while,” he’d be sitting out this tour. “He has to deal with his stuff. In many ways I’m sure it would’ve been a lot easier for him to just say, ‘I’m good. Let’s go play.’ But you can’t just throw yourself away, your wellness away, because you play violin in a band. I’m going to miss having that whirling-dervish Adonis-Muppet over there on my right. I know the audience is too. But we can’t serve that desire.”

Dave Matthews Band are set to release their new album Come Tomorrow on June 8th, and today the band has shared another preview of the effort in the form of new single “That Girl Is You.”

The track, which pairs a plaintive, drum-and-plucked-acoustic-guitar beat with some raw upper-register vocals from Matthews, follows lead single and live DMB staple “Samurai Cop.”

Listen to “That Girl Is You” below. Dave Matthews Band are currently on the road in support of their new album and have already shared a couple live debuts, including the title track and promising new rocker “She.”

The Dave Matthews Band’s ninth studio album, Come Tomorrow, is scheduled to arrive on June 8th check out the new set’s first single, “Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin),” DMB will be playing some of the songs from Come Tomorrow during their previously announced batch of summer tour dates, which kick off May 18 in Texas. Every ticket purchased before May 17 will come with a physical CD or digital download of the new album upon its release.