Last year we brought our biggest fans together for a secret show at the Opera House in Toronto, and we recorded and filmed the whole thing. We loved the live versions so much we decided to put them together and release them as an album. Now you can put the live Dwayne experience into your ears wherever you are.
A Night at the Opera House hits the internet this Friday. Pre-save HERE.
We did a little rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s “Don’t Stop” in support of Movember which you can listen to now on the internet!
We’re one of 60 independent artists who were asked to cover a track by a moustached musical legend for the campaign’s Mo Sound Spotify playlist and 50% of all profits go directly to Movember, so go give it a stream HERE.
2019 has been a great one for the Dwayne fam, but we’ve got 2020 vision. And we’re kicking it off the best way we know how – with all of you, in the finest Music Hall the Danforth has to offer. When so many New Years parties are a bust, why not commit to one you know is going to deliver?
We had a blast making it and we hope you play it on repeat for the next 99 days straight. It’s a collection of reimagined covers. We played Code Names at least 30 times while making this record. Dave did most of the cooking. Now the album is complete and ready for your ears! Pre-order your CD or LP copy HERE.
Make It Wit Chu
Just What I Needed
Don’t Worry Baby
Please Please Me
A Little Respect
I’m Not In Love
Hold Me Now
“Make It Wit Chu” just landed on the internet! Listen HERE.
We reimagined this mid-oughts Queens of the Stone Age song as a pulsing, electronic pop dance track – as if Kylie Minogue wandered into Daft Punk’s studio. We wanted to keep it dark and sparse, while maintaining the analog elements and energy of a live band. By having a woman sing lead (our very talented Jill Harris), we turned the song on its head to make the lyrical perspective more about female empowerment.
“Make It Wit Chu” is available now, along with B-side “Please Please Me” (The Beatles). Our debut album is out August 23.