ANNOUNCE SPRING TOUR DATES
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“The video for No Hard Feelings is in some ways meant to be a counter balance to the rapid fire nature of the ‘Ain’t No Man’ video. Whereas the first shows an aspect of our lives which is in constant motion, the second is a retro/introspective moment of calm. They both are comments on the present moment, but one is kinetic and the other is static.” – Seth Avett
THE AVETT BROTHERS’ new album, True Sadness [American Recordings/Republic Records], achieves the group’s highest career debut to date and dominates multiple charts, arriving at #1 on Billboard’s Top Albums Chart, #1 Top Rock Albums Chart, #1 on the Digital Albums Chart and #3 on Billboard’s Top 200 Chart. Check out True Sadness here.
In addition, the Rick Rubin produced album, True Sadness continues to garner overwhelming critical acclaim with many considering it their finest release yet. Rolling Stoneextolled it as “Their most heart-baring LP,” while Paste dubbed it, “Their most surprising album.” People claimed, “The sincerity of the lyrics keeps the boys true to their roots,” and Interview wrote, “As a whole, True Sadness is the band’s most intimate and exploratory album to date.” The Current summed up its impact asserting, “THE AVETT BROTHERS have emerged as the key act redefining the genre.”
THE AVETT BROTHERS have been quite literally everywhere these past several months. They performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the TODAY Show, and CBS This Morning. In addition, they engaged in a special Facebook Live stream, answering fan questions directly and in real-time and have been a headline tour across North America.
Finally, their hit single “Ain’t No Man” has continued to hold the #1 slot at AAA radio on the BDS Monitored Chart for the third week in a row. The song is quickly shaping up to be one of their biggest hits yet. Already, “Ain’t No Man” has been streamed 2.7 million times and counting. Check out the music video shot in Asheville, North Carolina here!
SPRING 2017 TOUR DATES:
3/10 – Richmond, VA – The National
3/11 – Richmond, VA – The National
3/12 – Charleston, WV – Charleston Municipal Auditorium
3/30 – New Orleans, LA – Saenger Theatre
3/31 – Sugar Land, TX – Smart Financial Centre
4/1 – New Braunfels, TX – Whitewater Amphitheatre w/St. Paul & The Broken Bones