New Dawes album due out in April

Dawes (Sasha Baguskas)

Los Angeles' Dawes, the indie quartet behind Current favorites such as "When My Time Comes" and "Time Spent In Los Angeles," announced details of a new album earlier today.

Stories Don't End, due out April 9, will be Dawes' third release following their 2009 debut North Hills and 2011 sophomore effort Nothing is Wrong. The album will also be their first ever release on their own label, Hub Records.

Watch the band's trailer for Stories Don't End, which previews new songs including the album's lead single "From a Window Seat":

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