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Drugdealer Announces New Album and Tour, Shares Video for New Song: Watch


Drugdealer have announced their new album, which is the follow-up to 2019’s Raw Honey. The Michael Collins-led, L.A.-based project will release Hiding in Plain Sight on October 28 via Mexican Summer. Check out the video for lead single “Someone to Love,” directed by Collins and James Manson, below.

“‘Someone to Love’ came out of an impromptu extended jam that my band and I developed show by show on the last full U.S. tour,” Collins said in a statement. “Then when we got home and I started working on this new stuff I realized it was one of the best moments of us naturally playing. I turned it into a fully fleshed out song about wanting to be truly loved unconditionally, and pretty instantly became my favorite thing I had written and pretty much still sits there.” The song features contributions from John Carroll Kirby and Video Age.

Drugdealer have also announced a headlining tour in North America this fall. Find those dates below as well.


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Hiding in Plain Sight:

01 Madison
02 Baby [ft. Tim Presley]
03 Someone to Love
04 Pictures of You [ft. Kate Bollinger]
05 New Fascination
06 Valentine
07 To Live and Drive in LA
08 Hard Dreaming Man
09 Posse Cut [ft. Bambina, Sedona, Sean Nicholas Savage]


09-22 San Luis Obispo, CA – The Rock
09-24 Big Sur, CA – Fernwood Resort (Supporting Toro y Moi)
10-31 San Francisco, CA – The Chapel
11-02 Sacramento, CA – Harlow’s
11-04 Portland, OR – The Aladdin
11-05 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
11-06 Vancouver, BC – The Fox 
11-09 Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
11-11 Madison, WI – UW Madison
11-12 Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall
11-13 Detroit, MI – The Magic Bag
11-15 Toronto, Ontario – Horseshoe Tavern
11-16 Montreal, Quebec – Theatre Fairmount
11-17 Boston, MA – Crystal Ballroom
11-18 Providence, RI – Columbus Theatre
11-19 New York, NY –  Bowery Ballroom
11-21 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
11-23 Washington, D.C. – Union Stage
11-25 Durham, NC – MotorCo Theatre
11-26 Atlanta, GA – Aisle 5
11-27 Nashville, TN – Third Man Records
11-28 Memphis, TN – Hi Tone Café
11-30 Fort Worth, TX – Tulips
12-02 Austin, TX – Far Out Lounge
12-06 San Diego, CA – Soda Bar

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