The Band CAMINO Release "Know It All," Announce Highly-Anticipated Debut Album

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Whether you like to think of them as Nashville's next big thing or prefer their self-ascribed title of "your mom's favorite band," there is no denying The Band CAMINO's atmospheric rise. Crafting emotive alternative pop with a stadium-ready audacity, today sees the trio taking the next step forward in their enviable journey.

Following a series of singles earlier this year, "Know It All" arrives alongside the announcement of The Band CAMINO's hotly-anticipated self-titled debut album, set to release via DBLBLK/Elektra Records on September 10. Serving as a taste of what's to come, "Know It All" builds on the band's talent for blending candid storytelling with electrifying cathartic bursts.  

"'Know It All' hits a lot of targets we were trying for on this record. It's intimate, but also loud and proud - it has synths, guitars, programmed and live drums. We wanted a new modern classic record, and this song feels like a representation of all of that, shares The Band CAMINO when asked why they chose "Know It All" to introduce the new of their forthcoming album. It is a sentiment that rings loud and true, as The Band CAMINO deliver on an anthemic recounting of jealousy and heartbreak.

As a band who has made a name for themselves on emphatic pop-rock, it was equally important for that emotional honesty to be conveyed in their debut album. "To quote one of the songs from the record, maybe the biggest thing we want people to take away from our debut full length is to 'look up.' It's okay to show up sad, it's okay to show up mad, it's okay to show up the happiest you've ever been in your life - you just have to show up. Be present, love life to the fullest, feel every peak and every valley. Because, in the end, 'everybody dies, anyway!'"

Listen to "Know It All" below:


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