“The result is more intense, more driving, more visceral, than previous City and Colour records.” —The Owl Mag

“…his strongest album with a full band to date.” —MXDWN

“As singer-songwriters go, City And Colour has it all.” —Sunday Express★★★★

“Moody, magnificent and damn close to a masterpiece, this might be the finest album of Green’s career.” —Toronto Sun

“…the strongest, most consistent set of songs City and Colour has produced” —Rolling Stone Australia ★★★★

City and Colour performed “Lover Come Back” and “Wasted Love” last night on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!

The performances celebrate City and Colour’s acclaimed new album, If I Should Go Before You, which recently debuted at #16 on the Billboard 200 Chart, #3 on the Vinyl Albums Chart and #4 on the Independent Albums Chart. Available now on Dine Alone Records (iTunes, Amazon,, the album also debuted at #1 in Canada (the band’s third consecutive chart-topper) and #5 in Australia. Additionally, the single “Lover Come Back” is currently #10 on the BDS AAA Radio chart and rising. Watch the official music video for the song here.

After performing countless shows worldwide, including recent sold-out dates at L.A.’s Palladium, NYC’s Terminal 5 and Nashville’s War Memorial Auditorium, City and Colour (aka world-renowned singer, songwriter and performer Dallas Green), will continue to tour throughout the U.S. this month followed by extensive European, Australian and Canadian tours. See below for complete details.

In addition to widespread commercial success, If I Should Go Before You continues to receive notable critical acclaim. The A.V. Club calls the album “alluring” and “breathtaking,” while AllMusic praises, “…a culmination of the sturdy pop sound he’s built up over the years that weaves through territories of dreamy indie folk, pastoral Americana, and soulful alt-rock.” Additionally, Paste Magazine describes “Lover Come Back” as “…a gorgeous, R&B-tinged torch song split evenly between joyous, earnest affection and yearning, lovesick sadness,” and Baeble asserts, “…reminded me how beautiful his voice can be.” Moreover, Nerdist recently premiered an “…achingly beautiful…” new acoustic video of the song, which can now be viewed/shared here:

Recorded at Nashville, Tennessee’s Blackbird Studios, If I Should Go Before You was produced by Green with additional production and engineering by Karl “Horse” Bareham. Unique to this project, the studio players on If I Should Go Before You are made up of Green’s trusted touring band: Jack Lawrence (The Raconteurs, Dead Weather) on bass, Dante Schwebel (Spanish Gold, Dan Auerbach) on guitar, Doug MacGregor (Constantines) on drums and Matt Kelly on pedal steel guitar and keys.

Of the album and recording process, Dallas comments, “They inspired me to want to create new music, just to create it with them—I don’t think I wrote these songs for the band, per se, but I certainly wrote them because of the band.” He goes on to add, “Anybody who has seen us play will understand that this is the best representation of what we do live that we have ever recorded. I was so excited about being able to make and record an album with these guys that it just flowed. I felt so confident about their abilities to make all of my ideas come true.”

If I Should Go Before You is Green’s fifth release as City and Colour and follows 2013’s The Hurry and The Harm. Most recently, in 2014, Green collaborated with international superstar Alecia Moore (aka P!nk) on a new project, entitled You+Me. The duo’s acclaimed debut, rose ave., debuted at #4 on the U.S. Top 200 Chart, #1 in Canada, #2 in Australia and #6 in Germany. Of the music, The Huffington Post praised, “While such prominent voices rarely mix too seamlessly, Green and Moore were destined to harmonize together,” while Entertainment Weekly declared, “The harmonies on the album are absolutely beautiful.”

For more information, please contact Asha Goodman 615.320.7753, Mary Moyer 212.741.1000 or Carla Sacks 212.741.1000 at Sacks & Co.


*with special guest Greyhounds
†with special guest Lucy Rose
‡with special guest Little May
#with special guest Shakey Graves

January 15 /// Memphis, TN /// Minglewood Hall*
January 16 /// Birmingham, AL /// Iron City*
January 18 /// New Orleans, LA /// House of Blues*
January 19 /// Houston, TX /// House of Blues*
January 21 /// Dallas, TX /// House of Blues* (SOLD OUT)
January 22 /// Austin, TX /// Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater*
January 23 /// San Antonio, TX /// The Aztec Theatre*
January 25 /// Kansa City, MO /// Arvest Bank Theater at The Midland*
January 26 /// St. Louis, MO /// The Pageant*
January 28 /// Cleveland, OH /// House of Blues*
January 29 /// Ann Arbor, MI /// Ann Arbor Folk Festival - Hill Auditorium
January 30 /// Grand Rapids, MI /// The Intersection* (SOLD OUT)
February 9 /// Hamburg, Germany /// Docks†
February 10 /// Berlin, Germany /// Huxley’s†
February 11 /// Munich, Germany /// Theaterfabrik†
February 13 /// Cologne, Germany /// Palladium†
February 14 /// Amsterdam, Netherlands /// Paradiso†
February 16 /// Antwerp, Belgium /// Trix Muziekcentrum†
February 18 /// Brighton, U.K. /// Dome†
February 19 /// Cardiff, U.K. /// Great Hall† (SOLD OUT)
February 20 /// Manchester, U.K. /// Albert Hall† (SOLD OUT)
February 22 /// Dublin, Ireland /// Helix†
February 23 /// Belfast, Ireland /// Mandela Hall†
February 24 /// Glasgow, Ireland /// O2 Academy Glasgow†
February 26 /// London, U.K. /// Troxy†
February 27 /// London, U.K. /// Troxy† (SOLD OUT)
March 25 /// Byron Bay, Australia /// Bluesfest
March 26 /// Brisbane, Australia /// The Tivoli‡ (SOLD OUT)
March 28 /// Adelaide, Australia /// Thebarton Theatre‡
March 30 /// Perth, Australia /// Red Hill Auditorium‡
April 2 /// Melbourne, Australia /// Sidney Myre Music Bowl‡
April 4 /// Sydney, Australia /// Enmore Theatre‡ (SOLD OUT)
April 5 /// Sydney, Australia /// Enmore Theatre‡
April 8 /// Thirroul, Austalia /// Anita’s Theatre‡ (SOLD OUT)
June 2 /// Kelowna, BC /// Prospera Place#
June 3 /// Vancouver, BC /// Rogers Arena#
June 5 /// Prince George, BC /// CN Centre#
June 6 /// Red Deer, AB /// Enmax Centrium Arena#
June 8 /// Medicine Hat, AB /// Canalta Centre#
June 10 /// Edmonton, AB /// Rexall Place#
June 11 /// Calgary, AB /// Scotiabank Saddledome#
June 12 /// Regina, SK /// Brandt Centre#
June 14 /// Winnipeg, MB /// MTS Centre#
June 15 /// Thunder Bay, ON /// Community Auditorium#
June 18 /// Toronto, ON /// Molson Canadian Amphitheatre#
June 20 /// Montreal, CQ /// Bell Centre#
July 16 /// London, ON /// Harris Park, Rock the Park