IDKHow 'Razzmatazz': Release date, tracklist and all you need to know about rock duo's debut album

While Weekes is best known as a member of Panic! at the Disco from 2009 to 2017, Seamen was most famously the longest tenured drummer for Falling in Reverse


                            IDKHow 'Razzmatazz': Release date, tracklist and all you need to know about rock duo's debut album
(Fearless Records)

Salt Lake City, Utah based rock duo I Dont Know How But They Found Me (stylized as IDKHow) are all set to release their debut studio album titled 'Razzmatazz'. The band, which mashes various genres like indie pop, new wave, pop rock, electronic rock and alternative rock, comprises lead vocalist and bassist Dallon Weekes and drummer Ryan Seaman.

While Weekes is best known as a member of Panic! at the Disco from 2009 to 2017, Seamen was most famously the longest tenured drummer for Falling in Reverse. Here's all you need to know about their upcoming album.

Release date

'Razzmatazz' will release worldwide on October 23, 2020, by Fearless Records. It's the band's follow-up to their debut EP titled '1981 Extended Play'. The band has stated that 'Razzmatazz' will follow the same '80s theme as '1981 Extended Play'.

Track-list

Over 44 minutes in length, the upcoming record consists of 14 tracks which are as follows:

'Leave Me Alone'



 

'Indoctrination'

'Mad IQ'

'Nobody Likes The Opening Band'

'New Invention'



 

'From The Gallows'

'Clusterhug'

'Sugar Pills"'

'Kiss Goodnight'

'Lights Go Down'

'Need You Here'

'Door'

'Tomorrow People'

'Razzmatazz'



 

The album features Dallon Weekes on lead vocals, bass, guitar and keyboards, Ryan Seaman on drums, percussion and backup vocals and guest musicians Ian Walsh on guitar and Matt Appleton on the saxophone. The band has, till date, released three singles off the record: 'Leave Me Alone', 'Razzmatazz', and 'New Invention'.

'Razzmatazz' has been produced by Tim Pagnotta who is know for working with bands like Saint Motel, Blink-182, Plain White T's, Neon Trees, COIN, Walk the Moon, The Strumbellas and Robert DeLong.

Where to stream?

I Dont Know How But They Found Me's 'Razzmatazz' will be available to stream worldwide on all major music streaming platforms like Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, Pandora, Tidal, YouTube Music and Amazon Music.

The band released a second EP titled 'Christmas Drag' back in November 2019. Their debut single, 'Modern Day Cain', was released in 2017 and was followed by the 'Choke', 'Nobody Likes The Opening Band', 'Do It All The Time' and 'Bleed Magic'. In 2020, I Dont Know How But They Found Me released 'Leave Me Alone', 'Razzmatazz' and 'New Invention'.

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