"Yours, Dreamily, takes what Auerbach does at his best, in and out of the Keys - confessional, texturally enriched blues propelled with garage-rock force - and adds a riveting jump in eccentricity." - Rolling Stone, â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…
"Right from the drop, Yours, Dreamily, ignites like a cigarette flicked on a stream of gasoline." - NPR
"[The album] lands right in the meaty part of the psychedelic curve with jolts of lush hypno-soul and tough garage-edelia." - Entertainment Weekly
"A down-tempo treat, tailor-made for sundazed summer evening drives with the windows down. Sexy, slinky, even desert-like. Auerbach delivers some of his hottest-ever guitar. This one, for sure, is a keeper." - MOJO
"One of the world's baddest yet dreamiest garage-soul bands "¦ Yours, Dreamily satisfyingly careers from gauzy, reverb-soaked late-night soundscapes to raucous, fuzzy freak-outs." - Boston Globe
The Arcs - which features Dan Auerbach, Leon Michels, Richard Swift, Homer Steinweiss and Nick Movshon - confirm new tour dates, with stops at Portland's Roseland Theater, Indio's Coachella, Los Angeles' Henry Fonda Theatre, Denver's Ogden Theatre and New Orleans' House Of Blues.
The Arcs recently stopped by NPR Music headquarters in Washing D.C. to perform a Tiny Desk Concert. NPR calls the performance a "perfect intersection of the known and the unknown." Watch the performance here: http://n.pr/1PwkcGr
Yours, Dreamily, continues to receive critical praise, with NPR Music saying, "Right from the drop, Yours, Dreamily, ignites like a cigarette flicked on a stream of gasoline," while Entertainment Weekly praises, "[The album] lands right in the meaty part of the psychedelic curve with jolts of lush hypno-soul and tough garage-edelia." The album's first single, "Outta My Mind," also has received excellent reviews, with New York magazine's Vulture praising its "raw, bare-bones appeal" and Spin noting its "barrage of deliciously reverbed, strung-out riffs." Also, The Huffington Post recently premiered the track's official music video, calling it, "a dreamy gift of garage blues wrapped in fuzzy, soulful guitar." Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/k84Fpso2cBY.