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Weathers

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Happy Pills Weathers 03:23
C'est la vie Weathers 03:14
I'm Not Ok Weathers 03:01
Problems Weathers 03:22
Where Do I Sign? Weathers 03:11
ALL CAPS Weathers, John the Ghost 03:04
Losing Blood Weathers 03:04
1983 Weathers 03:14
Dirty Money Weathers 03:06
Carry Us Home Weathers 03:15

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The Los Angeles-based alternative rock band Weathers was formed in October 2015 by frontman Cameron Boyer, guitarist Cameron Olsen, bassist Brennen Bates, and drummer Cole Carson. After signing with RCA Records, the group made its studio debut with 2016's "I Don't Wanna Know," a single that introduced Weathers' anthemic mix of indie rock guitars, pop hooks, dance-oriented tempos, and electronics. Weathers' next single, "Happy Pills," blazed a path up the Alternative Airplay chart later that summer, eventually peaking at Number 21. Kids in the Night, the band's debut album, was released in 2018, originally appearing as two separate EPs before being compiled into a single record. Although not as commercially successful as "Happy Pills," album tracks like "I'm Not Ok" became viral hits, earning more than 12 million streams on Spotify and paving the way for another string of non-album singles during the following year. "Dirty Money," "Lonely Vampire," and "Always Tired" were all released in 2019, followed in 2020 by "C'est la vie" and "Feel Good." By February 2021, "C'est la vie" had become the band's second radio hit in America, where the song peaked at number 29 on Billboard's Alternative Songs. The song also appeared on the sophomore album Pillows and Therapy that same year. Two years later, "ALL CAPS" reached number 26 on the same chart, doubling as the lead single from the band's third album, 2023's Are We Having Fun?