iDKHOW's 'Infatuation' is a blend of ’70s grooves and the guilt of indulging in your fantasies

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I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME (iDKHOW), the musical project of Salt Lake City-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dallon Weekes, releases ‘Infatuation’ the new single off his forthcoming sophomore album, ‘Gloom Division’ (set for release on 23rd February via Concord Records). ‘Infatuation’ is a loping cocktail of ’70s grooves about the religious guilt that comes with indulging in your own sexual fixations and fantasies.

iDKHOW recently announced the 2024 Gloomtown Tour, with 28 dates across North America kicking off March 15, including NYC’s Irving Plaza and Los Angeles’ Regent Theater, and support from SoCal four-piece band Benches. 15 of the shows, including New York and LA have sold out. Tickets are available now. 

Produced by Dave Fridmann (Tame Impala, MGMT, Weezer), 'Gloom Division' showcases a boundary-pushing fusion of R&B, post-punk, and art-pop, exploring themes ranging from love and obsession to satanic panic and neurodivergence. Recorded at Fridmann's Tarbox Road Studios and Weekes' own basement studio, 'Gloom Division' is a testament to the power of collaboration and fearless artistic expression. 

iDKHOW has garnered nearly one billion streams worldwide to date, with two million monthly listeners on Spotify.  The new album follows iDKHOW's critically acclaimed debut, Razzmatazz, which included the #1 Alternative radio hit ‘Leave Me Alone’, and the previous EP 1981 Extended Play that included RIAA certified GOLD-certified single ‘Choke’. They have performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Ellen, and CBS This Morning: Saturday, and shared stages with Post Malone, The Killers, and more.

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