Dave Matthews Band announces new LP 'Come Tomorrow'

With a career that started in 1991, the band has developed quite a fan following who have been patiently waiting six years for a new album to drop.


                            Dave Matthews Band announces new LP 'Come Tomorrow'
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After more than half a decade, the Dave Matthews Band has finally announced a new album titled 'Come Tomorrow'. The new record is the band's ninth overall and their first after 2012's 'Away from the World'. No information has been released about the tracks on the album but producer Mark Batson has confirmed that the music of late saxophonist LeRoi Moore will be featured.

It is not known if the album will also feature violinist Boyd Tinsley who announced earlier this year that he would be taking a break from the band to focus on his personal life. The album will be released by RCA records.


The album was recorded at various studios in Seattle, Los Angeles and the band's hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia. The band has worked with a number of producers including Batson, John Alagia, Rob Evans and Rob Cavallo. Songs from the album will be previewed during the band's upcoming North America tour which will start on 18th May in Woodlands, Texas. 

A free CD or digital download of the record will be made available on the album's release for everyone who buys the online tickets for the tour.

The eclectic band is renowned for its genre-bending music and for the innovations that they bring to each song with every performance. They are the first band to have six consecutive studio albums debut at number one on the Billboard chart. With a career that started in 1991, the band has developed quite a fan following who have been patiently waiting six years for a new album to drop. The new LP has high expectations riding on it and fans will be hoping to take the album straight to the number one spot, just like its six predecessors.

No matter what the quality of the future record may end up being, fans will no doubt concur that it is about time the band came out with something new.