Seattle's Dude York will release new album Falling on July 26 via Hardly Art and it continues to find them putting influences into a blender. “We all have very different reference points for music and then when we swap them in it becomes something totally different," says singer/guitarist Peter Richards. New single "Box," for example, pulls from both mid-'00s alt-rock like The Killers and bands like New Order and The Cure who inspired them, and filters that through a spunky DIY spirit. (Lyrically, it's about "early disappointment and how easy it is to close your heart.") The song's video, meanwhile features some infectious no-one's-watching-style dancing. "We reached out to friends in the Seattle arts community and [dancer] Samie Detzer, [choreographer] Alice Ghosti, [director] Jared Caldwell, and the Washington Ensemble Theater answered with resounding support." The video premieres in this post -- watch below.

Dude York will join Bleached's tour this fall, including stops in Kansas City, Denver, Salt Lake City, Boise, Seattle, Vancouver, Portland, Oakland, and Los Angeles. All dates are listed below.

Dude York - Falling tracklist:
Longest Time
I'm the 1 4 U
Only Wish
How It Goes
Doesn't Matter
Let Down
Making Sense
DGAFAF (I Know What's Real)

Dude York - 2019 Tour Dates
10.01.19 - Kansas City, MO - Riot Room *
10.03.19 - Denver, CO - Globe Hall *
10.04.19 - Salt Lake City, UT - State Room *
10.05.19 - Boise, ID - The Olympic *
10.07.19 - Seattle, WA - The Crocodile *
10.08.19 - Vancouver, BC - The Biltmore Cabaret *
10.09.19 - Portland, OR - Star Theater *
10.11.19 - Oakland, CA - The New Parish *
10.12.19 - Los Angeles, CA - Lodge Room *

* - w/ Bleached