Video: Dawes perform Nothing Is Wrong in its entirety at Paste Magazine's office
Dawes are releasing their second album Nothing Is Wrong on Tuesday via ATO Records, and last month they stopped by Paste Magazine's office to perform the entire record live. You can watch the first three songs - "Time Spent In Los Angeles", "If I Wanted Someone" and "My Way Back Home" - below, with the rest of the performance being released tomorrow.
Nothing Is Wrong is definite step forward from their 2009 debut North Hills, and outside of Dawes' own work it's been a big year for the band too. Frontman Taylor Goldsmith's collaboration with Deer Tick's John McCauley and Delta Spirit's Matthew Vasquez as Middle Brother finally saw the light of day in March and Goldsmith working with Robbie Robertson on Robertson's solo album How To Become Clairvoyant and Dawes backing Robertson on tour.
Check for my review of Nothing Is Wrong in the coming week, and be sure to pick up a copy of the album - it's definitely worth it.
UPDATE: Now the live performance of the entire album is available below.