Today, Grammy Award®-nominated collective THE AVETT BROTHERS release their tenth full-length album, Closer Than Together [American/Republic Records], in stores and at all digital retailers.
Check out The Avett Brothers Closer Than Together Here!
To celebrate the release of the record the band will be performing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on NBC on October 7th.
Prior to release the group preceded the record’s arrival with: “High Steppin’” which the band performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and whose music video has become a fan favorite because of its choreography (check out the music video here). In addition, just last month, they released the moving anthem “Bang Bang” illuminating a wish for a better tomorrow with less violence on screen. See the song’s powerful music video here.
Right now, the group’s massive North American headline tour continues this fall. Tomorrow the band will take the stage Brooklyn, NY for a headline gig at The Barclays Center. Additionally, recently revealed 2020 tour plans include their very own festival and “all-inclusive concert vacation” in the Caribbean, The Avett Brothers At The Beach at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic February 27-March 2.
In addition, the band just announced their annual three night run at the infamous Red Rocks Amphitheatre on July 10-12th. Check out the full tour dates here: www.theavettbrothers.com/tour
Eloquently emphasizing change, the band has been more outspoken than ever in a series of gripping interviews. They spoke out against gun violence in a SirusXM Potus interview on The Michael Smerconish Program. Meanwhile, they confronted America’s “Rough Journey” with Billboard. They urged for “Togetherness” on Huffington Post, and opened up to Rolling Stone about the darkness and challenges of getting older.
The journey to this chapter began when Seth Avett recently penned a mission statement about the new record.