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Mom+Pop Music recording artist Jai Wolf today releases his new single “Don’t Look Down” featuring BANKS. Jai Wolf is set to begin his North American tour on August 9 in Phoenix, AZ.

The song features crescendoing strings leading into BANKS’ impressive vocal performance and is co-written by Jai Wolf and BANKS, along with Matthew Koma, Lauren Mayberry (CHVRCHES), Martin Doherty (CHVRCHES) and Ryland Blackinton (Cobra Starship). The duo debuted the song at Coachella, earlier this year.

Jai Wolf says, “From writing this song with CHVRCHES & Matthew Koma to debuting the song at Coachella this year with BANKS, I'm absolutely thrilled to finally release it into the world. I've always wanted to write an anthemic dance-pop record in triplet time akin to "Cooler Than Me" by Mike Posner or "Latch" by Disclosure. It's maximalist pop meets my usual palette and I seriously cannot wait for everyone to sing along on tour.”

BANKS adds, “It was an honor to collaborate with an artist I admire on a song that everyone can relate to. We’ve all been scared to take a leap into something new. It’s easy to get in your head and talk yourself out of it. But this song is about the strength to push through that and go for it.”

After taking nearly three years off from releasing new official singles, Jai Wolf has stepped right back into form with a series of additional stunning tracks including “Want It All” Feat. Evalyn, “(I Dread The Day He Takes You To) Paris” Feat. MYRNE, and “Tennis Skirt” Feat. Ella Boh.

In addition to the new single, Jai Wolf is embarking on a North American Tour starting August 9 in Phoenix, AZ. He will be performing at iconic venues such as Brooklyn Mirage and The Greek Theatre where he will be performing his new music as well as fan favorites. Full tour dates below.

With over 938MM Global Streams across all DSPs and multiple RIAA Gold records, Jai Wolf is continuing to rise. He has performed at over 70 festival properties over the last 5 years including Coachella, Lollapalooza, and many more as well as being the first Bangladeshi American Artist to sell out Red Rocks Amphitheatre as a headliner.


8/9 - The Van Buren - Phoenix, Arizona

8/11 - The Moody Theater - Austin, Texas

8/12 - The South Side Ballroom - Dallas, Texas

8/13 - Texas House of Blues - Houston, Texas

8/16 - Underbelly - Jacksonville, Florida

8/17 - The Beacham - Orlando, Florida

8/18 - Jannus Live - St. Petersburg, Florida

8/19 - The Eastern - Atlanta, Georgia

8/20 - Music Farm - Charleston, South Carolina

8/23 - The Orange Peel - Asheville, North Carolina

8/24 - Blackbox Theater - Charlotte, North Carolina

8/25 - Echostage - Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

8/26 - Brooklyn Mirage - Brooklyn, New York

8/30 - Brooklyn Bowl - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

8/31 - Roadrunner - Boston, Massachusetts

9/1 - Le Studio TD - Montreal, Canada

9/2 - Danforth Music Hall - Toronto, Canada

9/4 - Bogart's - Cincinnati, Ohio

9/6 - Royal Oak Music Theatre - Royal Oak, Michigan

9/7 - The Salt Shed - Chicago, Illinois

9/8 - The Sylvee - Madison, Wisconsin

9/9 - The Uptown - Minneapolis, Minnesota

9/11 - Slowdown - Omaha, Nebraska

9/13 - The Truman - Kansas City, Missouri

9/14 - The Mission Ballroom - Denver, Colorado

9/15 - Boulder Theater - Boulder, Colorado

9/16 - The Union - Salt Lake City, Utah

9/21 - The Sound - Del Mar, California

9/22 - The Greek Theatre (LA) - Los Angeles, California

9/23 -The Greek Theatre (Berkeley) - Berkeley, California

9/26 - Ace of Spades - Sacramento, California

9/27 - Knitting Factory (Boise) - Boise, Idaho

9/28 - The Elm - Bozeman, Montana

9/29 - The Wilma - Missoula, Montana

9/30 - Knitting Factory (Spokane) - Spokane, Washington

10/4 - McDonald Theater - Eugene, Oregon

10/5 - McMenamins Crystal Ballroom - Portland, Oregon

10/7 - WaMu Theater - Seattle, Washington

About Mom+Pop Music

Mom+Pop Music has curated a critically acclaimed list of artists and has seen significant success releasing music from Courtney Barnett, Beach Bunny, Caamp, Ashe, Orion Sun, Porter Robinson, SEB, Orion Sun, Tom Morello, and many others. Solely owned and operated by Founder/co-owner Michael Goldstone and co-owner Thaddeus Rudd, M+P has a global team of 25 people and is self-distributed. Known for their artist-first ethos, M+P continues to amass industry accolades from artists, media, and colleagues including Billboard’s Independent Label Power Lists, A2IM’s Libera Award for Label of the Year, and other recognition. They have been featured in Forbes, Variety, and Billboard through the years with a pointed look at their credibility, thoroughness, and talented team. Mom+Pop Music has offices in New York and Los Angeles.

About Jai Wolf

Evoking the heart-tugging feeling of a cinematic score, Jai Wolf makes electronic pop records that conjure a dazzling spectrum of emotions. Since breaking out with the 2015 indie dance certified Gold hit “Indian Summer,” the Bangladeshi-born, New York-raised producer (real name Sajeeb Saha) has carved out a singular lane by balancing anthemic compositions that borrow from the grandiosity of EDM with introspective songwriting, whose sunny earworm melodies cut right through the chest. With his critically-acclaimed debut 2019 album, The Cure To Loneliness, he established his knack for genre-blending innovation and captivated listeners with nostalgia-filled indie dance records. His versatility as a musician has drawn in a global audience and led him to become the first Bangladeshi-American headlining artist to sell out Red Rocks Amphitheatre in June 2022. Jai Wolf makes his most personal statement yet in the Blue Babu era, his latest musical output via Mom + Pop. Straddling the zone between private reflection and euphoric release, the new music exhibits unprecedentedly piercing lyricism and opens up into explosive dance breakdowns veering from house and R&B to new wave and synth-pop. “A big theme of the era is looking deeply inward, assessing all your feelings, and how to reckon with them,” he explains. With a headlining tour scheduled for this summer and fall his audience will no doubt feel the magical sense of connection that can only arise during the climax of a Jai Wolf anthem.

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