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On the Road (At Home) with iDKHOW’s Dallon Weekes

Dallon Weekes is vacuuming. “Somebody’s gotta do it,” he says over the phone while at home in Salt Lake City, Utah, with his wife and two children. Weekes is still riding out the pandemic storm while trying to maintain an immaculate home studio. Several days earlier, Weekes, one half of...
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iDKHOW’s Dallon Weekes Shows Us Around Salt Lake City in “On the Road (At Home)” Video

Weekes returns to his old stomping grounds in the video presented by Toyota and Fender Next. Over the past year we’ve been reminded just how important indie venues are to the music industry—due to the unfortunate fact that their existence has been jeopardized by the ongoing pandemic. For fans of live music in Salt Lake City, Kilby Court is a staple of SLC’s nightlife, and the launch pad for numerous artists, including Dallon Weekes, whose music career took off while he was a member of Panic! at the Disco and has since been cemented as the leader of the electro-pop duo iDKHOW.
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20 Questions With I Dont Know How But They Found Me: Dallon Weekes Reacts To The Group's Breakthrough Hit

Last month, “Leave Me Alone,” the spaced-out, swaggering synth-rock anthem from I Dont Know How But They Found Me, reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Alternative Airplay chart after being featured on the duo’s 2020 debut album, Razzmatazz. The accomplishment is especially sweet for the group’s lead vocalist, Dallon Weekes, who spent years as part of Panic! At the Disco before moving on to focus on I Dont Know How But They Found Me in 2017. With “Leave Me Alone,” Weekes not only has a breakthrough hit as a frontman, but recently made his late-night debut with the group on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.
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