Dashboard Confessional new record out

FIRST NEW ALBUM IN FOUR YEARS INCLUDES THE ACCLAIMED SINGLES,

“HERE’S TO MOVING ON” AND “BURNING HEART” 

“EVERYONE ELSE IS JUST NOISE”

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ALL THE TRUTH THAT I CAN TELL

AVAILABLE NOW VIA HIDDEN NOTE RECORDS/AWAL

Dashboard Confessional is proud to announce today’s release of their eagerly awaited new album, All The Truth That I Can Tell, available now via Hidden Note Records/AWAL The first all-new Dashboard Confessional LP in four years, All The Truth That I Can Tell will be available in a variety of formats, including digital, CD, cassette, standard black vinyl, and a number of limited-edition vinyl runs on offer exclusively via such retailers as Urban Outfitters, Walmart, Bandbox, and independent record stores. 

The first all-new Dashboard Confessional LP in four years, All The Truth That I Can Tell includes the new single, “Everyone Else Is Just Noise,” joined today by a dynamic lyric video. The band will be performing this song tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

“It turned out that there were relationships between all these songs, and this one is about the realization that nothing is forever, and the acceptance that it shouldn’t be,” says DC founder, frontman, and songwriter Chris Carrabba. “The song doesn’t come from any sort of venerable authority of any kind. I think it’s self-reflection. I’m speaking to myself, here. Sometimes, you are the grownup and sometimes you’re also not the grownup. Sometimes it’s only part of you that’s grasped the concept of reality, and it takes the inner voice to exemplify what is necessary to move forward.”

STREAM/PURCHASE ALL THE TRUTH THAT I CAN TELL

Tracklist:

Burning Heart

Everyone Else Is Just Noise

Here’s To Moving On

The Better of Me

Southbound and Sinking

Sleep In

Me and Mine

Sunshine State

Pain Free in Three Chords

Young

All The Truth That I Can Tell

All The Truth That I Can Tell was unveiled last year with the inspiring first single, “Here’s To Moving On,” joined by a “deeply personal” official music video streaming now following an exclusive premiere via Consequence’s “Origins,” which wrote, “Dashboard Confessional’s latest single ‘Here’s to Moving On’ is an exercise in deep, personal honesty. Yet despite the track – and in fact, much of the album it comes from, the forthcoming All the Truth That I Can Tell – being penned months before Chris Carrabba’s near-fatal 2020 motorcycle accident, its meaning shifted in the wake of that frightening trauma.” 

Burning Heart” followed earlier this year, joined by an official music video streaming now at the official DC YouTube channel. Written in a green room in Manchester, England in the winter of 2018 and then performed onstage an hour later, the anthemic track was, like its predecessor, met by instant acclaim from media outlets around the world, with NME simply declaring it “soaring.” 

WATCH “HERE’S TO MOVING ON”

WATCH “BURNING HEART”

Written and recorded in the months before COVID, Dashboard Confessional’s ninth studio album, All The Truth That I Can Tell is both a remarkable renewal and fortunate step forward for Chris Carrabba. Having ascended great heights over the past twenty years, Carrabba found himself at a distinct crossroads as the last decade came to an end. Running on fumes, unsure if he’d ever release another album, he waited. The songs eventually came, and though the project might’ve easily come to a screeching halt following a near-fatal motorcycle accident in the summer of 2020, All The Truth That I Can Tell stands among Carrabba’s finest, both an achievement of vision and a vital burst of artistic clarity. Produced by James Paul Wisner – who previously helmed Dashboard Confessional’s now-classic first two studio albums, The Swiss Army Romance and The Places You Have Come to Fear – the new album is a strikingly potent musical look at Dashboard Confessional through a rediscovered keyhole. 

Honesty was at the heart of the writing process, at the heart of the recording process and at the heart of this collection of songs,” Carrabba says. “I had the rare opportunity to be unflinchingly honest. But I think I would have thought in the early days that that would be commonplace. Now, I realize it’s some kind of cycle within your life and there’s great personal reward in accepting that.

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