RAC’s highly anticipated new album EGO out July 14th + New single “I Still Wanna Know” featuring Rivers Cuomo debuts

Grammy award winning artist RAC (pronounced Ar-Ay-Cee)—known as André Allen Anjos—will release his highly anticipated new album EGO on July 14 via Counter Records. With this release, Anjos is re-directing RAC to songwriting which accounts for the record’s intimate but full-lunged tone, as heard on the records’ second single “I Still Wanna Know,” featuring vocals and a guitar solo from Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo as well as additional production by Classixx, that debuts today. Listen the track here: smarturl.it/RACISWK. Fans can pre-order EGO at smarturl.it/RACEGO.

In support of the release Anjos has confirmed Fall tour dates across North America. Tickets go on sale this Friday. See below for complete tour details as well as additional dates globally.

Recorded between Anjos’ home studio in Portland and sessions in Los Angeles, EGO features collaborations with Cuomo, Rostam, MNDR, St. Lucia, KNA, Joywave among others. EGO is Anjos’ most ambitious, cohesive and personal work to date and chronicles his organic progression as an artist. “The word ‘ego’ can have a negative connotation, but I think of it as an exploration of self,” he explains. “The album is really me figuring out what I personally wanted; I felt free to do whatever.”



1. Fever (Featuring KNA)

2. I Still Wanna Know (Featuring Rivers Cuomo)

3. Nobody (Featuring Chaos Chaos)

4. Unusual (Featuring MNDR)

5. This Song (Featuring Rostam)

6. No One Has To Know (Featuring Joywave)

7. The Beautiful Game (Featuring St. Lucia)

8. Johnny Cash (Featuring Scavenger Hunt)

9. It’s A Shame (Featuring Pink Feathers)

10. Be (Featuring Jordan Corey)

11. Heartbreak Summer (Featuring K.Flay)

12. Find A Way (Featuring Alice MK)

13. Heavy (Featuring Karl Kling)

14. End


September 15—Seattle, WA—Neumo’s

September 16—Portland, OR—Wonder Ballroom
September 17—Vancouver, BC— The Imperial

September 20—Los Angeles, CA—The Fonda Theatre
September 24—Denver, CO—Bluebird Theater

September 26—Dallas, TX—Trees

September 27—Austin, TX—Mohawk
September 29—New Orleans, LA—The Republic

September 30—Nashville, TN—The Basement East

October 1—Atlanta, GA—Terminal West

October 2—Carrboro, NC—Cat’s Cradle

October 4—Boston, MA—Paradise Rock Club

October 5—Washington, DC—Black Cat

October 7—Philadelphia, PA—Coda

October 8—Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Steel

October 11—Toronto, ON—Mod Club
October 12—Columbus, OH— Newport Music Hall

October 13—Chicago, IL—Metro


July 12—Los Angles, CA—Echo

July 14—Brooklyn, NY—Rough Trade
July 21—London, UK—KOKO

July 22—Paris, FR—Wanderlust

July 23—Ibiza, Spain—Ushuaia
August 11-13—San Francisco, CA—Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival

September 22 & 23—Las Vegas, NV—Life Is Beautiful Festival

BOLD—Sold out

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