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Here’s what Dallon Weekes of iDKHOW considers his favorite 1981 tracks
Here’s what Dallon Weekes of iDKHOW considers his favorite 1981 tracks
Super-duo iDKHOW pride themselves on their influences, and there’s one in particular that fans of ’80s classics may be familiar with. Men At Work’s “Who Can It Be Now?”—the iconic track with an even more iconic saxophone lick—actually inspired Alternative Press’ digital cover stars Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman to give sax solos a try of their own. The result: Razzmatazz’s October single, “Ligh...
iDKHOW extend “Night Heat” tour with summer dates
iDKHOW extend “Night Heat” tour with summer dates
I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME will be staying on the road a little longer, announcing the addition of new tour dates. The band added new summer dates to their "Night Heat" tour, which wrapped up its first leg May 18. The tour will now continue throughout the summer, wrapping up in Milwaukee, WI July 24 before heading overseas for two European dates. Read mo...
Do iDKHOW have enough songs to do a headline tour, anyway?
Do iDKHOW have enough songs to do a headline tour, anyway?
I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME begin their first headlining tour in Salt Lake City today, and we’re stoked. Things are looking sweet for the dynamic duo of bassist Dallon Weekes and drummer Ryan Seaman. Their single “Choke” broke into the Top 20 on the Alternative Songs chart and several nights of the tour already sold out. There’s one catch ...
Mark Hoppus revisits “breaking up” MCR, jokingly says iDKHOW are next
Mark Hoppus revisits “breaking up” MCR, jokingly says iDKHOW are next
In a recent Instagram Live with All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth, Mark Hoppus revealed that he is apparently out to destroy everyone’s bands. While in the studio, the duo took a quick break to interact with the fans about the important things: Pokemon Go, his social media illiteracy and young lingo. Howeve...
iDKHOW’s Dallon Weekes has a song with twenty one pilots
iDKHOW’s Dallon Weekes has a song with twenty one pilots
Effervescent I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME frontman (and one-time Panic! At The Disco player) Dallon Weekes says he's recorded a song with members of twenty one pilots. But will the collaboration between the "Do It All The Time" songster and the band featuring a former House Of Heroes member ever be heard by the masses...
iDKHOW on their EP being the “opposite to a love letter to Los Angeles…”
iDKHOW on their EP being the “opposite to a love letter to Los Angeles…”
I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME (iDKHOW) may be a band out of time, but with the release of their stunning EP, "1981 Extended Play," IDKHOW are ready to prove that their time is, in fact, now. Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman discussed their latest batch of unarchived songs that culminated in the 1981 Extended Play with APTV and opened up on the sonic and aesthetic influences that form th
IDKhow’s stolen gear returned to members in one piece
IDKhow’s stolen gear returned to members in one piece
After being robbed at their Los Angeles show at Hollywood’s Hotel Cafe, I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME (IDKhow) took to social media to share their misfortune. However, the band's equipment has since been returned. Read more: IDKhow robbed during a show in Los Angeles—UPDATED Just days after filing a police report, IDKhow’s gear is finally back in the appropriate hands. Composed of Dallon We...
Tilian Pearson isn’t trying to step out of Dance Gavin Dance’s shadow
Tilian Pearson isn’t trying to step out of Dance Gavin Dance’s shadow
Most listeners know Tilian Pearson from his vocal charms shipping against Dance Gavin Dance’s post-everything metallic madness. On his third solo album, The Skeptic, he’s equally urban and urbane, armed with a pop sensibility JT couldn’t convey, but with enough character to reconcile both his fans and DGD diehards. Ask him about his fav...
IDKhow unearth retro vibes in new music video—watch
IDKhow unearth retro vibes in new music video—watch
Earlier this week, I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME (IDKhow) partnered with AP to present exclusive photos from the set of their “Do It All The Time” video. Now, we finally get to see the video in action. The duo consisting of Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman just dropped the new track in August while also announcing their signing to Fearless Records. Read more: M... Read More ...
Dallon Weekes ran into P!ATD at Reading, and here’s how it went down
Dallon Weekes ran into P!ATD at Reading, and here’s how it went down
In late 2017, Dallon Weekes parted ways with Panic! At The Disco as the band’s bassist and formally announced his new project I Don’t Know How But They Found Me after months of secret shows. Since then, the band—Weekes and drummer Ryan Seaman—have released a handful of singles and recently revealed their signing to Fearless. Weekes crossed pat...

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