Assembly of Dust’s new album Some Assembly Required due out July 21

Assembly of Dust will release Some Assembly Required, its second studio album, on July 21 through Missing Piece/Rock Ridge Music.

The album is the group’s first since keyboardist Nate Wilson left to focus on his own music. He still contributed backing vocals and produced a few of the album’s tracks. In addition to Wilson, Assembly of Dust has recruited an All-Star roster of guests to help with the album: Richie Havens (“All That I am Now”), Buffalo Killers’ Zach and Andrew Gabbard (“Pedal Down”), David Grisman (“Cold Coffee”), Mike Gordon (“Arc of the Sun”), Keller Williams (“The Second Song”), Grace Potter and Tony Rice (“Light Blue Lover”), Bela Fleck (“Edges”), Jerry Douglas (“Leadbelly”), John Scofield (“Borrowed Feet”), Martin Sexton and Tony Rice (“Revelry”), moe.’s Al Schnier (“High Brow”) and Jeff Pevar (“You Lay The Dust”).

Assembly of Dust hits the road at the end of April.  Full tourdates are below.

4/23 – The Mint, Los Angeles, CA

4/24 – McDowell Mountain Music Fest, Scottsdale, AZ

4/25 – Winstons, San Diego, CA

4/29 – Mercury Lounge, New York, NY

5/15 – Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

5/22 – Strangecreek Festival, Greenfield, MA

5/23 – Summer Camp, Chillicothe, Il

5/30 – Sussex Fairgrounds, Augusta, NJ

7/11 – All Good Festival, Masontown, WV

7/25 – Gathering of the Vibes, Bridgeport, CT

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