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Down With Webster
with Sonreal and D-Pryde
From the Promoter
The unrestrained, genre-defying juggernaut that is Down With Webster (DWW) today announce the January 28 release of their eagerly-anticipated third album: the never-more-aptly-titled PARTY FOR YOUR LIFE, through Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company. Brand-new single, Chills, is at radio now and will be available through streaming services and digital retailers as of December 17. This follows the album’s title track single and platinum-certified One In A Million.
PARTY FOR YOUR LIFE is co-produced by the band and also reunites them with producers James Robertson and Grammy-winning Boi-1da (Drake, Rick Ross, Eminem). DWW spent much of last summer between Los Angeles and Toronto, locked in studios and writing rooms with producers like Ludwig Goransson (Childish Gambino, Haim), and the Maven Boys (The Game) in preparation for the new album.
Veterans of the cross-Canada winter tour, Down With Webster will be snowshoeing across their home and native land upon album release. To make the trip additionally meaningful, DWW will be offering tickets and donating a portion of proceeds from the tour to Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada. Details of the tour dates are below, with pre-sale to fans beginning tomorrow and general on-sale of December 06. Another first for Down With Webster will be offering fans the opportunity of special VIP packages along with ticket purchases. This Saturday, DWW will be performing as part of MUCH Presents: The Big Jingle concert at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre
Formed over a decade ago as students, Down With Webster have built a fiercely loyal following on the strength of their must-be-seen-to-be-believed live performances and their singles Rich Girl$, Your Man, She’s Dope, and Whoa Is Me, which have combined to sell more than 500,000 downloads. DWW are five-time JUNO Award nominees, who memorably opened the broadcast of the 40th anniversary gala in their hometown of Toronto, in 2011.
Down With Webster’s definition of ‘party’ is: Bucky, Cam, Diggy the DJ, Marty Martino, Pat Gillett, and Tyler Armes.