A witty and intelligent indie rock and roll group that emphasizes percussion and melody in identical portions, Dams from the Western world is a aspect task of Chris Tomson, most widely known as the drummer with Vampire Weekend. Tomson was the last person in Vampire Weekend to hit from his very own, and Dams from the Western world came into being as he discovered himself with downtime in the music group, while also pondering the issues of relationship, fatherhood, and adulthood generally as he got into his thirties. Tomson started writing music, and in 2016 he made a decision to make a single record. After Tomson’s friend and Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio noticed his demos, he recommended that Patrick Carney from the Dark Keys will be a great choice to create the record. Tomson contacted Carney, and he quickly authorized on to help to make the LP. Brian Burton, aka Risk Mouse, also became mixed up in project, and recommended to Tomson that it might be an improved idea if he utilized a music group name for the task rather than liberating it like a single album. Tomson decided, and he select take it out beneath the banner Dams from the Western world. The record, Youngish American, premiered in Feb 2017 on Risk Mouse’s 30th Hundred years Records label. To get the record, Tomson set up a touring edition of Dams from the Western world who hit the street for some concert events, including a tour starting for Dark Joe Lewis.