14 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

More than 25 years after his Charlottesville, Virginia, beginnings, Dave Matthews continues to reign as one of rock’s most compassionate songwriters, having gently steered his jam band into a less heady, more socially conscious era. Come Tomorrow, his 10th album, is filled with the fatherly wisdom and boyish optimism that has made his music so enduring. While this project is decidedly lighter than his past releases, it's hardly a softball: “She” and “Can’t Stop” show off the muscle of his top-notch band. But the romantic odes (“Again and Again”), playful curveballs (“Bkdkdkdd”), and rose-colored radio gems (“Idea of You,” “Come Tomorrow”) feel less like a reflection of today's political tensions and more like reassurances that we'll get through them. “The whole world is broken,” he sings on the orchestral title track. “Come tomorrow we 'gon find a way."

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EDITORS’ NOTES

More than 25 years after his Charlottesville, Virginia, beginnings, Dave Matthews continues to reign as one of rock’s most compassionate songwriters, having gently steered his jam band into a less heady, more socially conscious era. Come Tomorrow, his 10th album, is filled with the fatherly wisdom and boyish optimism that has made his music so enduring. While this project is decidedly lighter than his past releases, it's hardly a softball: “She” and “Can’t Stop” show off the muscle of his top-notch band. But the romantic odes (“Again and Again”), playful curveballs (“Bkdkdkdd”), and rose-colored radio gems (“Idea of You,” “Come Tomorrow”) feel less like a reflection of today's political tensions and more like reassurances that we'll get through them. “The whole world is broken,” he sings on the orchestral title track. “Come tomorrow we 'gon find a way."

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
356 Ratings
356 Ratings
mpj2452 ,

Kinda bummed

When I heard a new album was on the way I was stoked. Then I listened to the first two songs over and over....what hell is this mess! It’s the DMB I’ve been listening to for years. Am I listening to the same thing those who give 5 stars? I’ve been a fan from the first album and loved the evolution to the last release. I hope the rest of the album is better. I really really hope it is.

Vandelay Industries 1 ,

What happened ?

Sound$ forced and contrived.

Flyers100000 ,

Best Album!

One of my favorite Dave Matthews albums so far! My favorite song from the album is Come on Come on

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