almost monday

After countless garage jams, D.I.Y. gigs in the back of a surf shop, and hours writing together, almost monday bottle California sunshine in their funky basslines, ecstatic choruses, and danceable grooves. The San Diego trio—Dawson Daugherty [vocals], Luke Fabry [bass/keys], and Cole Clisby [guitar] emerged on the scene in 2020 with their breakout single “broken people,” from debut EP don’t say your ordinary, a bold anthem that soared to the Top 20 at Alternative Radio. In 2021, they set the stage for their second EP til the end of time with “live forever,” receiving praise from Alternative Press, Forbes, People, GQ Australia, Earmilk,  Flaunt and Ones To Watch. The band followed it with single “cool enough,” made their festival debut at Lollapalooza, BottleRock and Firefly, and shared stages with Kings of Leon, Dayglow, Walk The Moon and Joywave. The momentum continued in 2022 with the release of “sunburn,” “sun keeps on shining,” their second top 20 alternative radio hit, and fan favorite, “cough drops.” The band embarked on a sold-out North and South American tour alongside The Driver Era, and captivated audiences at festivals such as Governor’s Ball, WonderBus, and Innings Festival. 2023 saw no slowdown for the band, as they embarked on their own headline tour, played arenas with AJR and reunited with The Driver Era for an epic summer show at the legendary Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.  The live streak continued with a U.S. summer tour with Weathers and festival performances at Have A Nice Trip in Seoul, Korea, Wonderstruck, WonderBus and Life is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas, NV. They released a string of singles starting with the infectious “only wanna dance” which premiered with V Magazine, followed by “coast to coast,” the wistful “life goes by,” and “sweet feelings.”  Kicking of 2024, almost monday announced tour dates with Beach Weather, The Driver Era and AJR, and unveiled their first single “is it too late?” from their debut album out later this year.

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