The latest release, Twenty Something, from Edmonton’s favourite country band The Dungarees is a great collection of heartfelt country songs that will delight their fans, and attract a whole group of new fans.
The Dungarees have become of the most sought-after acts in Western Canada. Their live shows are a total treat filled with high energy that showcases the musical talent from this band. This new EP Twenty Something is a fantastic addition to their discography. It features 6 new singles including the title track “Twenty Something” which has been making its way up the charts both locally here in Canada, but also landed in the top 10 in Australia.
Twenty Something showcases a deeper, darker and more mature sound than any of their previous releases. “It’s contemplative and nostalgic, exploring themes that carry a little more depth than your average country song. But it still has the raw, catchy energy that fans love about The Dungarees.”
The EP features tracks that get you moving like “Broken Down”, tracks that get you thinking like “Twenty Something”, and tracks that get you feeling like “Die Tryin'”. There’s something on here for every mood! You’re going to want to add the entire EP to your playlist and listen to it on repeat.
Stream Twenty Something by The Dungarees
Music Video for “Twenty Something”
About The Dungarees
The Dungarees have been making a name for themselves since their 2015 debut Ain’t Through Being Happy Yet. The band climbed the charts with their hit “I’m Down” and the momentum didn’t slow down through 2017 with their summer smash “Anywhere With You” – which earned them three ACMA Award wins for Group of the Year, Video of the Year, and Rising Star. The track skyrocketed up the Australian country charts, landing in the Top 10 and peaking at #6 for six weeks straight. The band has earned over 700K Spotify streams
In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.