Come Tomorrow

Dave Matthews Band - Come Tomorrow
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 13 ratings
June 8, 2018 / Release Date
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RCA / Label
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Without Tinsley nor the late LeRoi Moore, Dave Matthews Band doesn't seem as loopy or rangy as it did in its prime, yet this leaner sound suits a middle-aged Matthews who is comfortable in his skin yet restless in his mind.

Rolling Stone

Mostly ... he explores the mature, singer-songwriter side he's developed during recent work like 2012's Away From the World, getting quiet, contemplative, and unusually sweet on songs both lush ("Here On Out") and comparatively spare ("Black and Blue Bird").

Sounds like an album you'd find at a Cracker Barrel.
A middle-aged, rock musician collects what's left of his energy and stands firmly on his experience in order to make a rather weak call to the future.
Wouldn't it be better for all if his call was adressed to the present?
Pitchfork should just stay clear of this kind of stuff, rather than taking the time to rag on it.
it's a DMB album ... it does exactly what you'd expect and nothing more or less
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Track List

  1. Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin)
  2. Can’t Stop
  3. Here On Out
  4. That Girl Is You
  5. She
  6. Idea Of You
  7. Virginia In The Rain
  8. Again and Again
  9. bkdkdkdd
  10. Black and Blue Bird
  11. Come on Come On
  12. Do You Remember
  13. Come Tomorrow
  14. When I’m Weary
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Added on: May 2, 2018