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Dawes Drop Video For Living In The Future, Share New Track Crack The Case

Monday, 14 May 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Dawes have shared a video for their latest single, Living In the Future, and shared a new track, Crack The Case.

Both are lifted from their new album, 'Passwords', which is set to arrive on June 22 and was produced by Jonathan Wilson, who worked with the band on their first two LPs. 

Discussing the Living In the Future video, director Grant James said:

“The concept of "Living in the Future" revolves around Dawes having their performance holographically captured for posterity. The result is a perfect mix of analog and digital that not only taps into the theme of the song, but fully represents who the band is.” 

Check out both songs below.

This summer the Los Angeles-based quartet will play a number of US festivals and support Jeff Lynne’s ELO on their North American tour.





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