Album Review: Dawes
    • THURSDAY, JUNE 09, 2011

    • Posted by: Michael Washington

    Much of Dawes' time between the release of their last album North Hills and the creation of their latest endeavor Nothing Is Wrong was spent constantly touring, and as any musician will tell you, life on the road can get quite lonely at times. Being away from family and friends for an extended period of time was evidently hard on the band, as this hackneyed theme of not really knowing where home is anymore makes itself present many times throughout Dawes' new record. But what's also come through non-stop touring is a closer camaraderie amongst the group, and as a whole, the band has clearly grown more together. The tremendous improvement from their last album to this new album is great proof of that. With more time to write and conclude ideas, Dawes manages to add increased moments of magic and bright new growth to their already striking harmonies. And overall, the songwriting, musicianship, and emotion on Nothing Is Wrong are just as impressive, if not more so, than the bands debut.

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