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Matchbox Twenty have quietly woven their songs into the very fabric of American popular culture. No matter where you are, it’s impossible not to hum along (or even sing aloud) to generational anthems like “3AM,” “Push,” “Unwell,” “Bent,” “If You’re Gone,” or “She’s So Mean.” Earning hits in each of the last three decades (the 90’s, the 00’s, and the 10’s), they’ve gone from perennially dominating radio airwaves and ruling MTV to piling up streams in the billions, speaking to the enduring appeal of their music. As such, they’ve sold over 40 million records worldwide, dominated charts, garnered multiple GRAMMY® Award nominations, and played to millions of fans in arenas, amphitheaters, and stadiums across continents. Their catalog encompasses the diamond-certified 12x-platinum classic Yourself or Someone Like You (1996), quadruple-platinum Mad Season (2000), double-platinum More Than You Think You Are (2002), and gold-certified North (2012), which marked their first #1 on the Billboard 200. Beyond dozens of syncs on film and television, their music has been either covered, interpolated, or sampled by everyone from Steve Aoki and Kiiara to RMR, while Billboard cited Matchbox Twenty as “one of the most consistent groups of the alternative boom of the 90’s back half.” For their first album in 11 years and fifth overall LP Where The Light Goes (Atlantic Records), the band—Rob Thomas, Brian Yale, Paul Doucette, and Kyle Cook—simply did what they do best and wrote another batch of real, relevant, and relatable songs recorded with GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer Gregg Wattenberg and introduced by the single “Wild Dogs (Running In A Slow Dream).” See more at matchboxtwenty.com.