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WHY DON’T WE RELEASE LIVE & UNPLUGGED SESSION OF “WHAT AM I”

Why Don’t We have released a live and unplugged session of their new single “What Am I” – available now as their ninth new release of 2019 via Atlantic Records.

WATCH “WHAT AM I” (LIVE AND UNPLUGGED SESSION): HERE

Penned by Ed Sheeran and produced by Steve Mac, “What Am I” arrived last month as the triumphant follow up to “8 Letters”. The single marks a continuation of an exciting year for Why Don’t We, highlighted by their biggest headline run to date, the widely popular and sold out 8 Letters Tourwhich resumes its global domination through end of year in Europe before visiting Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. Last month, the band also took home the award for Choice Music Group at the 2019 Teen Choice Awards, in addition to receiving a nomination for Best Group at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards.

To celebrate the release of “What Am I,” Why Don’t We announced a series of exclusive pop-up shops in six different cities across the country – including previous stops in Washington, DC and New York City, and forthcoming stops in Chicago (Sept 27), Atlanta (Sept 29), San Francisco (10/1) and Los Angeles (Oct 2). The stores (open from 12p-10p local time) feature exclusive merchandise lines including city-specific items, one-of-a-kind fan experiences, and a special acoustic performance by the band for a limited number of fans. Exact locations and attendance details will be announced the day before each pop-up via the band’s social platforms.

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