The Record Company will release All Of This Life, the hotly anticipated follow-up to their 2016 GRAMMY-nominated debut, on June 22, 2018 via Concord Records. One listen to the band’s exhilarating new music and it’s clear just how much the trio has grown as a result of their meteoric rise. The gritty guitar, fuzzed-out bass, and driving drums are still front and center, but the songs are bolder and more ambitious this time around, deeper and more reflective, brimming with adventurous vitality while remaining firmly tethered to the roots of American rock and roll that have always grounded and nourished the group.

“After that first album, everything just got amplified,” says singer/guitarist Chris Vos. “Our lives got crazier and bigger and more complicated in the best possible ways, and our sound and our songwriting just naturally grew alongside that. We’re the same people we always were, but The Record Company isn’t just three guys in a living room anymore.”

While the band—Vos, bassist Alex Stiff, and drummer Marc Cazorla—still worked up most of the album’s ten new, original songs at home, they headed to nearby Boulevard Recording in Hollywood on a quest to break new ground. With Stiff in the producer’s chair and an eclectic array of analog gear in the studio - which has hosted everyone from Pink Floyd to Fleetwood Mac to The War on Drugs - The Record Company pushed the limits of their production and arrangements into uncharted territory, while still capturing all the irresistible power and spontaneity of their live shows. Mixed by Mark Needham, the resulting songs reflect our troubled times, looking inward rather than out, musing on personal empowerment, self-improvement, and the supremacy of love.

“This record to me is about making yourself better,” Vos explains. “It’s about owning your spot in the world. If you’re not on the right path, the only person who can take that next step to fix it is you.”

The Record Company's own path is a rock n' roll dream made real, fueled by talent and determination. This trio of gritty underdog musicians played in bars and clubs for years before joining forces in LA, and cutting an album – at home, on thrifted instruments – that turned their world upside down. Give It Back To You garnered a GRAMMY nomination, spawned three Top Five hits at Triple-A radio (including the #1 smash “Off The Ground”), and earned the band a slew of festival appearances and sold-out headline dates around the world. They made the rounds on late night and daytime TV, shared bills with John Mayer, Mavis Staples, My Morning Jacket and others, and racked up more than ten million streams on Spotify alone. The critical response was just as ecstatic, with Rolling Stone raving that the band “kick[s] up a raw, rootsy racket” and Entertainment Weekly calling the album a “soul scorcher.”

The Record Company will hit the road extensively in support of All Of This Life headlining their biggest venues to date. See below for a full list of dates.


1. Life To Fix

2. I’m Getting Better (And I’m Feeling It Right Now)

3. Goodbye To The Hard Life

4. Make It Happen

5. You And Me Now

6. Coming Home

7. The Movie Song

8. Night Games

9. Roll Bones

10. I’m Changing








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Apr 20 – Atlanta, GA @ Sweetwater420 Fest

Apr 21 – Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater

Apr 22 – Wilmington, NC @ Brooklyn Arts Center at St. Andrews

Apr 25 – Charleston, SC @ Music Farm

Apr 27 – Panama City Beach, FL @ SandJam

Apr 28 – Mobile, AL @ Soul Kitchen

May 12 – Syracuse, NY @ The Westcott Theater

May 14 – Rochester, NY @ Lilac Festival

May 18 – Chicago, IL @ Gallagher Way FKA The Park at Wrigley

May 19 – Camden, NJ @ BB&T Pavilion – WMMR*BQ

May 26 – Napa, CA @ BottleRock Festival

Jun 1 – Indianapolis, IN @ WTTS Rock on the River

Jun 2 – Eagle, CO @ Bonfire Block Party

Jun 7 – Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection

Jun 9 – Cleveland, OH @ LaureLive

Jun 10 – Columbus, OH @ A & R Music Bar

Jun 12 – Peoria, IL @ Monarch Music Hall

Jun 16 – Hunter, NY @ Mountain Jam Festival

Jul 7 – Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks

Sep 2 – Snowmass, CO @ Jazz Aspen Snowmass

Sept 14 - San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore

Sept 15 - San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore

Sept 17 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex

Sept 19 - Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s

Sep 20 – St. Louis, MO @ Pageant

Sep 22 – Franklin, TN @ Pilgrimage Festival

Sep 23 – Louisville, MY @ Bourbon And Beyond Festival

Sept 25 - Kansas City, MO @ Madrid Theater

Sept 26 – Madison, WI @ Majestic Theatre

Sept 28 - Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue

Sept 30 - Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall

Oct 11 - Norfolk, VA @ NorVA

Oct 12 - Richmond, VA @ The National

Oct 13 - Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club

Oct 14 - Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live

Oct 16 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater

Oct 18 - New York, NY @ Terminal 5

Oct 19 - Boston, MA @ House of Blues

Oct 22 - Portland, ME @ Aura

Oct 23 - Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground

Oct 26 - Charlotte, NC @ The Underground

Oct 27 - Asheville, NC - The Orange Peel

Oct 28 - Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse

Oct 30 - Birmingham, AL @ The Saturn

Nov 1 - Austin, TX @ Scott Inn

Nov 2 - Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall

Nov 3 - Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater

Nov 5 - Albuquerque, NM @ El Rey Theater

Nov 6 - Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom

Nov 7 - Tucson, AZ @ 191 Toole

Nov 9 - San Diego, CA @ House of Blues

Nov 10 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern