Official press release:

Chart topping, Sacramento group, Dance Gavin Dance have announced the release of their new album Jackpot Juicer today. The follow up to 2020’s Afterburner which topped charts and debuted at #14 on the Billboard Top 200 with a digital only release, will be released on July 29th via Rise Records. Pre-Orders are available now HERE.

The band released their first new music in almost 2 years last month, with the release of brand single, “Synergy” featuring guest vocals from Rob Damiani of Don Broco. Find “Synergy” watch the music video below. The track hit #11 on the Billboard Hot Hard Rock Songs and has clocked up 1.4 million YouTube views and 2.8 million cross-platform streams.

Dance Gavin Dance had to deal with the heartbreaking news last week that they’d lost their bassist and dear friend, Tim Feerick. They issued the following statement in the wake of the news:

“This past week has been the most challenging time in Dance Gavin Dance’s history. On Thursday, April 14th, we found out that we had lost Tim. While he was the bassist in the band, he was also our brother and best friend. Losing him is devastating. We were preparing to meet up this past weekend in Sacramento for a photoshoot and then rehearse this week ahead of Swanfest and the subsequent tour, when we heard the devastating news that he was no longer with us.

After the initial shock and sadness, it wasn’t long after that we were faced with some challenging decisions about the immediate future and our upcoming plans. After many internal discussions with our team and, most importantly, Tim’s family, we have decided to perform this year’s Swanfest and do the subsequent tour in honor and dedication to Tim. We will also move ahead with the announcement of our forthcoming album, later this week.

The main factor of this decision came from knowing who Tim was as a person and what he would have wanted. We are confident that he would be very disappointed if we were to postpone or cancel these dates. We received further affirmation of this from Tim’s parents, with their encouragement to perform these dates. In addition, music is our way of healing, and we, as the remaining members, desire to be together during this time and perform on stage to our fans the songs that he helped create. While no one can ever replace Tim or what he has brought to the band, we have asked Sergio Medina, a close friend to all of us and someone who has worked with Tim, to perform the bass duties for the upcoming shows.

We are planning a memorial to Tim at Swanfest, and the entire festival will be in dedication to him, as will all the following shows on the tour. We look forward to celebrating his life with the fans. While this is an immense tragedy for everyone that loved and respected Tim, he would want everyone to come out, be together and enjoy the music. RIP Tim.”

Will, Matt, Jon, Tilian & Andrew
Dance Gavin Dance

As well as gathering with their fans for Swanfest this weekend, to celebrate Tim, Dance Gavin Dance will also be hitting the road for their Spring 2022 headlining tour with Memphis May FireVolumes and Moontooth from April 26 – May 20th, then will be hitting the road with Coheed & Cambria for a nationwide amphitheater tour of the US starting on July 12th and funning until August 17th.

Tickets are available now from VIP packages are available now via Full Dates below.

Jackpot Juicer track listing:

  1. “Untitled 2”
  2. “Cream Of The Crop”
  3. “Synergy” feat. Rob Damiani
  4. “Holy Ghost Spirit”
  5. “For The Jeers”
  6. “Ember”
  7. “Pop Off!”
  8. “One Man’s Cringe”
  9. “Feels Bad Man”
  10. “Die Another Day”
  11. “Two Secret Weapons”
  12. “Polka Dot Dobbins”
  13. “Long Nights In Jail”
  14. “Back On Deck”
  15. “Current Events”
  16. “Pray To God For Your Mother”
  17. “Swallowed By Eternity”
  18. “Have A Great Life”

4/23 Sacramento, CA – Swanfest at Heart Health Park
4/26 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory *
4/27 Boise, ID – Revolution *
4/29 Wichita, KS – Cotillion *
4/30 Omaha, NE – Slowdown *
5/01 Des Moines, IA – Val Air *
5/03 Ft. Wayne, IN – Piere’s *
5/04 Cleveland, OH – Agora *
5/06 Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection *
5/07 Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom *
5/09 Rochester, NY – Main Street Armory *
5/10 Albany, NY – Empire Live *
5/11 Hartford, CT – Webster Theater *
5/13 Richmond, VA – The National *
5/14 Raleigh, NC – The Ritz *
5/15 Columbia, SC – The Senate *
5/17 Ponte Vedra, FL – Concert Hall *
5/19 Knoxville, TN – Knoxville Auditorium *
5/20 Birmingham, AL – Sloss Furnaces *
7/12 Miami, FL – FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park ^
7/13 Tampa, FL – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre ^
7/15 Houston, TX – 713 Music Hall ^
7/16 New Braunfels, TX – Whitewater Amphitheater ^
7/17 Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory ^
7/19 Atlanta, GA – Coca-Cola Roxy ^
7/23 Nashville, TN – Nashville Municipal Auditorium ^
7/24 Charlotte, NC – Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre ^
7/26 Washington, DC – The Anthem ^
7/27 Philadelphia, PA – Liacouras Center ^
7/29 Boston, MA – Agganis Arena ^
7/30 Queens, NY – Forest Hills Stadium ^
8/01 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE ^
8/02 Pontiac, MI – Crofoot Festival Grounds ^
8/03 Toronto, ON – RBC Echo Beach ^
8/05 Minneapolis, MN – The Armory ^
8/06 Bridgeview, IL – Seat Geek Stadium ^
8/07 Maryland Heights, MO – Saint Louis Music Park ^
8/09 Englewood, CO – Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre ^
8/10 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex ^
8/12 Los Angeles, CA – Shrine Outdoors ^
8/13 San Diego, CA – Cal Coast Credit Union Amphitheater ^
8/14 Berkeley, CA – Greek Theatre ^
8/16 Redmond, WA – Marymoor Park ^
8/17 Troutdale, OR – Edgefield ^

* = w/ Memphis May Fire, Volumes & Moontooth
^ = w/ Coheed & Cambria and Mothica