Wednesday Mar 29
May
31/12
Dirty Heads New Song Feat. Matisyahu!

Today, marked the third song the Dirty Heads have premiered from their upcoming album Cabin By The Sea, to be released on June 19th, 2012 via Five Seven Music. After releasing “Spread Too Thin” to the public on March 9th, through Los Angeles’ kingpin Alternative-Rock radio station, KROQ, as well as an accompanying music video on MTV, “Mongo Push” (featuring Rome Ramirez) then debuted on YouTube. However, today, the highly anticipated collaboration with Matisyahu was a daily exclusive on RollingStone.com, with the song title, “Dance All Night”.

You can listen to the New Song “Dance All Night” featuring Matisyahu by clicking HERE.

Before the album has hit the numerous record stores and online outlets, the Dirty Heads have given back to their faithful and devoted fans by revealing three of the 16-tracks featured on Cabin By The Sea, including songs with two of the four guest artists collaborations, which include Ky-Mani Marley and Del The Funky Homosapien.

Although, the Dirty Heads and Matisyahu collaborated in studio for this special album track, this will not be the last you hear of the duo teaming up. This summer, both the Dirty Heads and Matisyahu will be sharing the stage in a co-headlining national tour, spanning across 40+ cities across the country.

Matisyahu will also be on the road promoting his new July 17th release of his album Spark Seeker. This tour could, and should, feature plenty of onstage collaborations between the two reggae acts. But, to get the excitement boiling further, checkout the upcoming tour dates for the Dirty Heads/Matisyahu Tour below, with more dates to be added soon…

Upcoming Dirty Heads/Matisyahu Summer Tour Dates:
May 26 @ WRZX May Day 2012. Indianapolis, IN
May 27 @ K-Rock’s Dysfunctional Family BBQ. Syracuse, NY
Jun 01 @ Zoo Ampitheater. Oklahoma City, OK
Jun 02 @ KRBZ’s Beach Ball. Kansas City, MO
Jun 16 @ Century Center. Bend, OR
Jun 27 @ Summerfest 2012. Milwaukee, WI
Jun 29 @ 7th Annual Boonstock Festival. Gibbons, AB
Jul 08 @ The Filene Center. Vienna, VA
Jul 09 @ Rams Head Live. Baltimore, MD
Jul 10 @ House of Blues. Boston, MA
Jul 11 @ Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom. Hampton Beach, NH
Jul 13 @ Ottawa Blues Festival. Ottawa, ONT
Jul 14 @ Edgefest at Downsview Park. Toronto, ONT
Jul 18 @ Lupo’s Hertbreak Hotel. Providence, RI
Jul 19 @ Northern Lights. Albany, NY
Jul 21 @ Shouboat Atlantic City House of Blues. Atlantic City, NJ
Jul 22 @ Stone Pony Summerstage. Asbury Park, NJ
Jul 23 @ The Paramount Theatre. Huntington, NY
Jul 25 @ State Theatre. Portland, ME
Jul 26 @ Town Ballroom. Buffalo, NY
Jul 27 @ Pacific Amphitheatre at OC Fair. Costa Mesa, CA
Jul 30 @ Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead. Pittsburgh, PA
Aug 04 @ Orbit Room. Grand Rapids, MI
Aug 05 @ The Filmmer. Detroit, MI
Aug 07 @ Congress Theater. Chicago, IL
Aug 08 @ The Rave. Milwaukee, WI
Aug 09 @ First Ave. Minneapolis, MN
Aug 12 @ Simon Estes Riverfront Amphitheater. Des Moines, IA
Aug 14 @ Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion. Woodlands, TX
Aug 15 @ Gexa Energy Pavilion. Dallas, TX
Aug 16 @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheater. Maryland Heights, MO
Aug 18 @ Lincoln Theatre. Raleigh, NC
Aug 19 @ The Fillmore Charlotte. Charlotte, NC
Aug 20 @ The Norva. Norfolk, VA
Aug 21 @ Pocahontas State Park Amphiteatre. Chesterfield, VA
Aug 23 @ Masquerade. Atlanta, GA
Aug 25 @ House of Blues Myrtle Beach. North Myrtle Beach, SC
Aug 27 @ Soul Kitchen. Mobile, AL
Aug 29 @ Florida Theatre Jacksonville. Jacksonville, FL
Aug 30 @ House of Blues Orlando. Orlando, FL
Aug 31 @ Sunset Cove Amphitheatre. Boca Raton, FL
Sep 06 @ Harrah’s Casino. Council Bluffs, IA
Sept 08 @ Fillmore. Denver, CO
Sept 09 @ Belly Up. Aspen, CO
Sept 12 @ Marquee Theatre. Tempe, AZ
Sept 15 @ Pool Side, Hard Rock Hotel. Las Vegas, NV
Sept 26 @ Knitting Factory. Boise, ID


1.) Arrival
2.) Cabin By the Sea
3.) Disguise
4.) Spread Too Thin
5.) Your Love (Feat. Ky-Mani Marley)
6.) Mongo Push (Feat. Rome Ramirez)
7.) Dance All Night (Feat. Matisyahu)
8.) Hipster
9.) Notice
10.) Day By Day
11.) Smoke Rings (Feat. Del The Funky Homosapien)
12.) Burn By Myself
13.) We Will Rise
14.) Best of Us
15.) Love Letters
16.) Farewell




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Article By: Kris Siuta


Dirty Heads – “Spread Too Thin” The Dirty Heads recently partnered up with MTV to premiere the music video for the new album’s lead single “Spread Too Thin”. In just 4 weeks, the single is already top 15 on the alternative radio charts and follows 2010?s “Lay Me Down” which holds the record for most weeks at #1 on the Billboard alternative chart. Enjoy the official music video…



Dirty Heads- “Mongo Push” (Feat. Rome)



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