Maggie Rogers New Track: “So Sick of Dreaming”

Maggie Rogers New Track: “So Sick of Dreaming”

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter-producer Maggie Rogers has unveiled her latest track, “So Sick of Dreaming“, from her highly anticipated upcoming third studio album, “Don’t Forget Me”. Scheduled for release on April 12 via Capitol Records, the album is already available for preorder.

Collaborating with Ian Fitchuk (known for his work with Kacey Musgraves and Maren Morris) at Electric Lady Studios in New York City, Rogers co-produced “Don’t Forget Me”, writing eight of its 10 tracks alongside Fitchuk and two solo compositions. The mixing was expertly handled by Shawn Everett, with mastering by Emily Lazar, who has consistently mastered all of Rogers’ albums to date.

When describing the forthcoming album, Rogers explains, “I wanted to make an album that sounded like a Sunday afternoon. Worn in denim. A drive in your favorite car. No make up, but the right amount of lipstick. Something classic. The mohair throw and bottle of Whiskey in Joan Didion’s motel room. An old corvette. Vintage, but not overly Americana. I wanted to make an album to belt at full volume alone in your car, a trusted friend who could ride shotgun and be there when you needed her.” 

She recently released the title track, “Don’t Forget Me“, an intimate reflection on the legacy we create through our relationships. The accompanying video, filmed in Super 8 in Maine, mirrors the album’s organic energy, capturing the comforting rhythms of everyday life.

Photo Credit: Rachel Goldberg

Having debuted “So Sick Of Dreaming” and other upcoming album tracks during her sold-out Summer of ’23 North American headline tour, Rogers is set to embark on Part 1 of “The Don’t Forget Me Tour”. Starting May 23 at Gallagher Square at Petco Park in San Diego, CA, tickets are on sale now. Produced by Live Nation, the tour includes stops at iconic venues like Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado and Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD, with The Japanese House joining as support from May 24 to June 22. 

Rogers has enjoyed significant success in her career, notably with her Capitol Records debut album “Heard It In A Past Life” in January 2019, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart and No. 2 on the Billboard 200. The album earned widespread acclaim and tremendous success, earning her a nomination for Best New Artist at the 62nd GRAMMY® Awards and led to performances on major TV shows including “Saturday Night Live,” “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” “Austin City Limits,” “Today” and more. The album, featuring Platinum hits “Light On” and “Alaska,” has amassed over one billion combined global streams and is certified Gold in the U.S. Her subsequent album, “Surrender”, released in 2022, further solidified her reputation, leading to sold-out headline tours across Europe and North America. With “Don’t Forget Me” slated for release on April 12, Rogers continues to captivate audiences with her unique blend of talent and authenticity.

Track Listing – Don’t Forget Me

Side A

01 – It Was Coming All Along

02 – Drunk

03 – So Sick of Dreaming

04 – The Kill

05 – If Now Was Then 

Side B

06 – I Still Do 

07 – On & On & On

08 – Never Going Home 

09 – All The Same 

10 – Don’t Forget Me

Maggie Rogers – “The Don’t Forget Me Tour” – Part 1 (Including Festival Appearances)

5/4       Charlotte NC                                                Lovin’ Life Festival^

5/23     San Diego, CA                                              Gallagher Square at Petco Park

5/24     Phoenix, AZ                                                  Arizona Financial Theatre

5/27     Morrison, CO                                               Red Rocks Amphitheatre *

5/31     Irving, TX                                                      The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

6/1       The Woodlands, TX                                    The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman

6/3       Rogers, AR                                                    Walmart AMP

6/5       Indianapolis, IN                                           Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park

6/7       Cincinnati, OH                                             The ICON Festival Stage at Smale Park

6/8       Milwaukee, WI                                            BMO Pavilion

6/9       Sterling Heights, MI                                    Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre

6/11     Alpharetta, GA                                            Ameris Bank Amphitheatre

6/14     Manchester, TN                                          Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival^

6/16     Columbia, MD                                             Merriweather Post Pavilion *

6/19     Raleigh, NC                                                   Coastal Credit Union Music Park

6/20     Charleston, SC                                             Credit One Stadium

6/22     Miami, FL                                                      FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park

Support for 5/23 show to be announced.

Support for 5/24 – 6/22 shows – The Japanese House

*Not a Live Nation Date

^Festival Performance

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