Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats’ new track “Coolin’ Out” featuring Lucius premieres today—listen to the song here: “Coolin’ Out” appears on the band’s highly anticipated new album, Tearing at the Seams, out March 9 on Stax Records. The record is available for pre-order here:

“Coolin’ Out” follows the release of “Hey Mama” and lead single “You Worry Me.” For the third consecutive week “You Worry Me” is the #1 track at Triple A and Americana radio.  This week, the song also set a Billboard chart record for the most single week spins ever at Triple A radio.

The music is receiving early critical acclaim—Rolling Stone declares, “The first single from his forthcoming LP adds Southern-rock bite and weary longing to make for his most urgent song yet,” while Q Magazine adds, “If anything, Tearing at the Seams more accurately captures the feel of Rateliff’s stirring live performances. There’s a looseness and sense of fun here, perhaps because for the first time the songs were written in the company of his band.” UNCUT furthers, “The Night Sweats are even more commanding on the follow-up, deepening Rateliff’s vision of ‘a Sam & Dave-meets-The Band combo.’”

Following two explosive nights at Los Angeles’ Troubadour, the band will tour North America this spring, with stops at New York’s historic Apollo Theatre and Los Angeles’ Greek Theater as well as two dates at Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Tickets are on sale now at See below for complete details.

Initial writing and recording sessions for Tearing at the Seams took place in Rodeo, New Mexico where Rateliff & The Night Sweats re-established their dynamic off the stage and in the studio. “For the first record I demo’ed everything up and created most of the parts,” says Rateliff. “This time, I felt like we’ve all spent so much time on the road that we should all go off somewhere together. We should all have that experience together.” The band finished recording with producer Richard Swift—who has helmed records for The Shins and Foxygen in addition to The Night Sweats’ debut—collectively creating a group of songs that capture the band’s emotion and intensity.

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats are: Rateliff (vocals, guitar), Joseph Pope III (bass), Patrick Meese (drums), Luke Mossman (guitar), Mark Shusterman (keys), Andy Wild (saxophone), Scott Frock (trumpet) and Jeff Dazey (saxophone).

Their 2015 debut album is now certified Gold in the U.S., Belgium, Switzerland and the Netherlands, Platinum in Canada and Silver in the U.K., while their hit single “S.O.B.” is certified Platinum in the U.S. and Canada and Gold in Switzerland.

For more information, please contact Cami Opere, Louis D’Adamio or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

Or Joel Amsterdam at at Stax/Fantasy Records, 310.385.4206.

1. Shoe Boot
2. Be There
3. A Little Honey
4. Say It Louder
5. Hey Mama
6. Babe I Know
7. Intro
8. Coolin’ Out
9. Baby I Lost My Way, (But I’m Going Home)
10. You Worry Me
11. Still Out There Running
12. Tearing at the Seams


*w/ Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real
†w/ The Head & The Heart
‡w/ Deer Tick
§w/ The Head & The Heart and Hiss Golden Messenger
**w/ Tank and the Bangas
††w/ Slim Cessna's Auto Club
‡‡w/ John Prine
BOLD—sold out

March 8 /// New York, NY /// Apollo Theatre
March 15 /// Spicewood, TX /// Luck Reunion
May 5 /// Saint Petersburg, FL /// Jannus Live*
May 6 /// Atlanta, GA /// Shaky Knees Festival
May 8 /// Charlotte, NC /// The Fillmore*
May 9 /// Raleigh, NC /// The Ritz*
May 11 /// Asheville, NC /// Highland Brewing Company*
May 12 /// Louisville, KY /// Iroquois Amphitheater*
May 14 /// Richmond, VA /// The National

May 16 /// Washington, DC /// Anthem
May 18 /// Toronto, ON /// Massey Hall
May 19 /// Montreal, QC /// MTelus
May 31 /// Chicago, IL /// Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island†
June 1 /// Indianapolis, IN /// Lawn at White River State Park
June 2 /// Lewiston, NY /// Artpark Amphitheater†
June 3 /// Cleveland, OH /// Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica†
June 5 /// Cooperstown, NY /// Brewery Ommegang 
June 6 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Skyline Stage at the Mann Center
June 8 /// Boston, MA /// Blue Hills Bank Pavilion‡
June 9 ///  Forest Hills, NY /// Forest Hills Stadium§
August 3 /// Kansas City, MO /// Crossroads
August 4 /// Des Moines, IA /// Hinterland Festival
August 5 /// St. Paul, MN /// The Palace Theatre
August 7 /// Moorhead, MN /// Bluestem Amphitheatre
August 9 /// Missoula, MT /// Kettlehouse Amphitheater
August 10 /// Troutdale, OR /// Edgefield Amphitheater
August 15 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Greek Theater
August 18 /// Oakland, CA /// Fox Theater
August 22 /// Denver, CO /// Red Rocks Amphitheatre**
August 23 /// Denver, CO /// Red Rocks Amphitheatre††
November 7 /// Breckenridge, CO /// Riverwalk Center (Folk Set) ‡‡
November 8 /// Grand Junction, CO /// Avalon Theatre (Folk Set) ‡‡
November 10 /// Denver, CO /// Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre (Folk Set) ‡‡

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