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almost monday Releases "Come On Come On" Music Video

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almost monday have dropped the official video for their new single "come on come on."

June 22, 2020


almost monday have dropped the official video for their new single "come on come on." Captured on film in Southern California, the video encapsulates the track's carefree nature and nostalgia for summer, making it the perfect addition to your summer soundtrack.



come on come on" follows the release of the band’s (vocalist Dawson Daugherty, guitarist Cole Clisby and bassist Luke Fabry) energetic and genre-defying track “parking lot view,” and "broken people," which was met with praise from multiple indie outlets.

San Diego-based band almost monday got their start playing self-booked shows in their hometown, soon drawing a rabid following on the strength of their larger-than-life energy, effortless charm, and sing-along-ready anthems. since forming in 2015, best friends Cole Clisby (guitar), Dawson Daugherty (vocals), and Luke Fabry (bass) have gone from performing in the back room of a local surf shop to collaborating with Mark Needham (an engineer/mixer/producer known for his work with The Killers and Imagine Dragons).








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almost monday Releases "Come On Come On" Music Video

June 22, 2020

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almost monday have dropped the official video for their new single "come on come on."

almost monday have dropped the official video for their new single "come on come on." Captured on film in Southern California, the video encapsulates the track's carefree nature and nostalgia for summer, making it the perfect addition to your summer soundtrack.



come on come on" follows the release of the band’s (vocalist Dawson Daugherty, guitarist Cole Clisby and bassist Luke Fabry) energetic and genre-defying track “parking lot view,” and "broken people," which was met with praise from multiple indie outlets.

San Diego-based band almost monday got their start playing self-booked shows in their hometown, soon drawing a rabid following on the strength of their larger-than-life energy, effortless charm, and sing-along-ready anthems. since forming in 2015, best friends Cole Clisby (guitar), Dawson Daugherty (vocals), and Luke Fabry (bass) have gone from performing in the back room of a local surf shop to collaborating with Mark Needham (an engineer/mixer/producer known for his work with The Killers and Imagine Dragons).



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