Jean Dawson Announces New Album ‘Chaos Now’, Shares New Song “Three Heads”

+ Explosive Music Video + Debut Us Headline Tour

Undoubtedly one of today’s most groundbreaking artists, Jean Dawson announces his highly anticipated new album titled CHAOS NOW*, which is slated for release on October 7. In celebration, Jean shares his audacious new single “THREE HEADS*” accompanied by an explosive music video. The track ushers in a new era, in which Jean balances chaos and control and takes his art and vision to unparalleled levels. Embodied by “THREE HEADS*,” Jean’s music is vast and unbound, not existing within a specific genre, inviting listeners to see themselves fully through him. By providing a space that is open and fluid, listeners are able to exist sans labels, binaries and expectations, and ultimately find belonging for many. Directed by Bradley J. Calder, the high velocity visual showcases Jean’s incredible range sonically and personally, setting the tone for his new body of work. CHAOS NOW* is set to cement Jean as one of today’s most revered artists and one of tomorrow’s greats.


Jean Dawson Announces New Album 'Chaos Now', Shares New Song “Three Heads”, Yours Truly, News, May 23, 2024

In addition, Jean will be kicking off his debut headlining US CHAOS NOW* tour on October 16 in San Diego through November 17 in Los Angeles. The LA-based duo Junior Varsity will be joining Jean on tour as openers. Tickets will go on sale on Friday, August 26 at 10AM local time HERE:

Jean will also be giving early access to tickets and merch through his discord which can be found HERE:

Jean is a leader amongst a newly-born generation of kids straddling multiple cultures and worlds, operating comfortably within their own skin resulting in a world wide cult following. He invites listeners to see themselves through his art, as his music provides a score for the life-and-times of kids like him (us). His singular sound and impact on the current music landscape have caught the attention of notable artists such as SZA and A$AP Rocky both of whom have worked in the studio with Jean recently. Through his first two projects, Pixel Bath and Bad Sports, Jean has amassed millions of streams and garnered large critical acclaim by NPR, i-D, The Fader, Paper Magazine, Pigeons & Planes, NME, MTV News, Remezcla, Hypebeast, Essence, Nylon and many more. Most recently, Jean delivered an earth shattering debut performance at Coachella Music Festival for which Variety crowned him as one the festival’s standout artists.

26-year-old Jean Dawson is equal parts musician and visual artist. Half Mexican and half Black, he was raised in Tijuana and San Diego near the border. His love for music was ignited during his daily five hour treks across the Mexican / American border to attend school in the US. He came up listening to the rock and rap that his parents loved, as well as the Latin sounds that lined his home. Raised by a single working class Mexican mother, he poured himself into his art which he used to challenge notions of hyper-masculinity and the social norms that line Mexican and Black cultures. To this day, his art remains rooted in these values and is intently shaped by his extraordinary life journey.


Produced by Jean Dawson, Austin Corona & Wyatt Bernard of Nobody Nobody, Nate Sherman & Ty Mayer of Floral & Fake Pollocks


CHAOS NOW* TOUR DATES:Jean Dawson Announces New Album 'Chaos Now', Shares New Song “Three Heads”, Yours Truly, News, May 23, 2024

  • October 16 – San Diego, CA @ Voodoo Room
  • October 18 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Space
  • October 19 – Phoenix, AZ @ Rebel Lounge
  • October 21 – Austin, TX @ Come and Take It Live
  • October 22 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
  • October 23 – Dallas, TX @ Cambridge Room
  • October 25 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade Hell Stage
  • October 27 – Washington, DC @ Union Stage
  • October 28 – Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
  • October 29 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Foundry
  • October 30 – Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere
  • November 01 – Montreal, QC @ Le Belmont
  • November 02 – Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground
  • November 04 – Detroit, MI @ Shelter
  • November 05 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
  • November 06 – Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
  • November 08 – Denver, CO @ Cervantes Other Side
  • November 09 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
  • November 11 – Vancouver, BC @ Biltmore Cabaret
  • November 12 – Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey
  • November 13 – Portland, OR @ Holocene
  • November 15 – Oakland, CA @ The New Parish
  • November 17 – West Hollywood, CA @ The Roxy

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