As Dawes continue to prepare for the June release of their new album, All Your Favorite Bands, they've shared the brand-new track "Right on Time" -- take it for a spin above.

Different from the slower-paced "Things Happen," this new tune opens with a smooth electric guitar and even smoother vocal harmonies.

"If these walls could talk / I'd defer to the furniture / The piano, the table, the bed that we both sleep in / These constant silent messengers tells a story that's recorded with each fingerprint / That just disregard what artifacts collect / And if we boil down these vacuum made memories / I have a feeling you should know what to expect," Taylor Goldsmith sings in the first verse with his bandmates joining in from time to time.

Aside from releasing the new song, Goldsmith sent a letter to the band's fanbase and talked about the where they were coming from with the new record. He wrote:

With this new record, all the lead vocals, guitar solos, simultaneous piano and organ and of course bass and drums were all done at the same time. And listening back we really felt like we were listening to the way we thought we sounded. And that's all we could ever want. When you hear the Rolling Stones or the Grateful Dead start a song, even if you've never heard it before, you can recognize their idiosyncrasies and their personalities inherent to their band. To be able to recognize a Dawes song by a certain snare drum pattern or guitar lick or anything specific how we play together is something I feel like we've gotten closer to than ever with this new record.

All Your Favorite Bands hits the streets on June 2 via Dawes' HUB Records, and you can pre-order it on iTunes now.

Check out the new disc's album art -- and Dawes' full list of summer tour dates -- below:

Big Hassle

Dawes 2015 Tour
June 2 -- Los Angeles -- Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
June 5 -- Seaside Heights, N.J. -- Gentlemen of the Road: Seaside Heights Beach
June 6 -- Washington, D.C. -- Warner Theatre (with Gill Landry)
June 7 -- Charleston, W.V. -- Mountain Stage
June 9 -- Louisville, Ky. -- Headliners Music Hall (with Gill Landry)
June 10 -- Chicago -- Pritzker Pavilion at Millenium Park (with Hozier)
June 11 -- Indianapolis, Ind. -- Farmer's Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park
June 12 -- Manchester, Tenn. -- Bonnaroo
June 14 -- Cincinnati, Ohio -- Horseshoe Cincinnati (The Shoe) (with Hozier)
June 16 -- Columbus, Ohio -- The LC Pavilion (with Hozier)
June 17 -- Charlotte, N.C. -- The Uptown Amphitheater at the Music Factory (with Hozier)
June 19 -- Waverly, Iowa -- Gentlemen of the Road: Wartburg College Athletic Fields
June 20 -- Madison, Wis. -- The Capitol Theatre (with Langhorne Slim)
June 21 -- St. Louis, Mo. -- The Pageant (with Langhorn Slim)
June 24 -- Dallas -- Annette Strauss Square at AT&T Performing Arts Center
June 25 -- Austin, Texas -- Stubb's (with Langhorne Slim)
June 26 -- Aurora, Ill. -- Two Brothers Summer Festival
June 27 -- Peoria, Ill. -- Limelight Eventplex (with Gill Landry)
July 7 -- Boise, Idaho -- Knitting Factory (with Sam Outlaw)
July 9 -- Calgary, Alberta -- Republik (with Sam Outlaw)
July 10 -- Edmonton, Alberta -- Starlite Room (with Sam Outlaw)
July 11-12 Winnipeg -- Winnipeg Folk Festival
July 14 -- Minneapolis, Minn. -- Cabooze Plaza (with Lake Street Drive and The Lone Bellow)
July 15 -- Sioux Falls, S.D. -- Orpheum Theatre (with The Lone Bellow)
July 17 -- Fargo, N.D. -- Fargo Theatre (with Sam Outlaw)
July 18 -- Appleton, Wis. -- Lawrence Chapel (with The Lone Bellow)
July 20 -- Toronto -- The Phoenix (with Sam Outlaw)
July 21 -- Burlington, Vt. -- Higher Ground (with Sam Outlaw)
July 24 -- Camden, N.J. -- Xponential Music Festival
July 25 -- Freeport, Maine -- LL Bean Summer in the Park
July 27 -- New York City -- Central Park Summerstage (with First Aid Kit and Andy Shauf)
July 28 -- Pittsburgh -- Stage AE (Outdoors) (with Hozier)
July 29 -- Rochester Hills, Mich. -- Meadowbrook Amphitheater (with Hozier)
July 31 -- Council Bluff, Iowa -- Harrah's Hotel & Casino -- Stir Cove
Aug. 2 -- Morrison, Colo, -- Red Rocks (with Hozier)
Aug. 9 -- Reno -- Grand Sierra Theater (with Jason Isbell)
Aug. 12 -- Portland, Ore. -- Crystal Ballroom (with James Vincent McMorrow)
Aug. 14 -- Walla Walla, Wash. -- Gentlemen of the Road: Whitman College Athletic Fields
Aug. 18 -- Salt Lake City, Utah -- The Depot (with James Vincent McMorrow)
Aug. 19 -- Bellevue, Colo. -- Mishawaka Amphitheatre (with James Vincent McMorrow)
Aug. 21 -- Salida, Colo. -- Gentlemen of the Road: Vandaveer Ranch
Aug. 28 -- Shrewsbury, U.K. -- Shrewsbury Folk festival
Sept. 1 -- Antwerp -- Rivierenhof Festival (with My Morning Jacket)
Sept. 2 -- Cologne -- Gloria Theatre (with My Morning Jacket)
Sept. 4 -- Stradbally, Ireland -- Electric Picnic Festival
Sept. 5 -- Birmingham, U.K. -- Moseley Folk Festival
Sept. 8 -- London -- Shepherds Bush Empire (with My Morning Jacket)
Sept. 10 -- Amsterdam -- Paradiso (with My Morning Jacket)
Sept. 12 -- Groningen, The Netherlands -- Take Root
Sept. 13 -- Berlin -- Lollapalooza Music Festival
Sept. 19 -- Templeton, Calif. -- Beaverstock
Sept. 20 -- Del Mar, Calif. -- Kaaboo
Sept. 25 -- Raleigh, N.C. -- North Carolina Museum of Art