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With his day job on pause between albums, Vampire Weekend drummer Chris Tomson took a risk drummers rarely take: He made a solo album. Produced by The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney, Youngish American trades in the kind of stylish, thinking-person’s pop-rock Vampire Weekend perfected on Modern Vampires of the City, with philosophical reflections on Bud Light labels (“Flag on the Can”) and personal worth (the punky “Will I Be Known to Her”) that are as immediate as they are ambitious.

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Sometimes it's best that y'all stick to drumming.


Not good. Very bad. Save your money. Repeat, very bad.


Great sound.


Genre: Alternative

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A witty and intelligent indie rock group that emphasizes percussion and melody in equal portions, Dams of the West is a side project of Chris Tomson, best known as the drummer with Vampire Weekend. Tomson was the last member of Vampire Weekend to strike out on his own, and Dams of the West came about as he found himself with downtime from the band, while also pondering the challenges of marriage, fatherhood, and adulthood in general as he entered his thirties. Tomson began writing songs, and in 2016...
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Youngish American, Dams of the West
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock
  • Released: Feb 24, 2017

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