Dave Matthews Band has almost become its own genre -- bluesy jam-rock with a twinge of southern poignancy, and the immediately recognizable warble of its titular man at the helm. Although Dave has become a caricature of himself in recent years, it's hard to forget the immediacy of the band's biggest works -- "Crash," "Ants Marching," "41," the list goes on -- firmly rooted in the collective conscious of every millennial as a late night drunken sing-along fodder. Every Dave fan is familiar with The Lillywhite Sessions
: a collection of unused studio takes that circulated the pirate market in the early aughts, scrapped in favor of the grittier Everyday
. Oddly enough, Away From The World
feels like the perfect marriage of these two sounds.