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(Columbia Records; New York, NY; October 21, 2014) – DJ/Producer/Artist Dillon Francis’ debut album, Money Sucks, Friends Ruleis now available for streaming on a week before its official release. Listen to the album, due out on October 27 via Columbia / Mad Decent,HERE.

The album is available to pre-order now HERE and features entrancing collaborations with artists including DJ Snake, Martin Garrix, Twista, Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie and Major Lazer, among others.  Fans who pre-order will receive five insta-downloads including current single “When We Were Young,” a collaboration with Sultan + Ned Shepard featuring The Chain Gang Of 1974. The track, which already has over 1.5 million SoundCloud streams, is currently featured as ESPN’s “Song of the Month” for October. A deluxe package is also available HERE.

Additionally, the highly anticipated video for “When We Were Young,” directed by Agata Alexander, has premiered today on VEVO and can also be seen every hour on the hour across MTV, MTV2, MTV Hits and mtvU. Check out the video HERE. The clip revolves around Dillon celebrating his 3rd birthday, featuring performance footage of the song’s collaborators playing children’s instruments.  Instagram star/comedian The Fat Jew and adult film actress Sophie Dee also make cameo appearances in the funny and affectionate clip.

Dillon is also rolling out a headlining North American fall tour in support of the album.  The Friends Rule Tour will kick off November 17 in Nashville, TN and stop in major cities across the U.S. and Canada before wrapping with a headline date at Brooklyn’s famed Barclays Center. For ticket info please visit  (see full list of tour dates below).  The tour follows various festival dates and a run on the Mad Decent Block Party this summer, where Dillon was praised by Billboard for “send(ing) the massive Mad Decent Stage crowd into conniptions” and touted by Las Vegas Weekly  as “…your next superstar DJ.”

Dillon Francis
Money Sucks, Friends Rule
Mad Decent/Columbia Records



11/17     Nashville, TN                                   Marathon Music Works
11/19     Asheville, NC                                   Orange Peel
11/20     Charlotte, NC                                   The Fillmore
11/21     Washington, DC                               Echo Stage
11/22     Baltimore, MD                                  Ram’s Head Live
11/25     Wallingford, CT                                Dome at Oakdale
11/26     Philadelphia, PA                              Electric Factory
11/28     Boston, MA                                     House of Blues
11/30     Montreal, QC                                   New City Gas
12/1       Toronto, ON                                    Danforth Music Hall
12/3       Royal Oak, MI                                 Royal Oak Music Hall
12/5       Chicago, IL                                     Aragon Ballroom
12/6       Minneapolis, MN                             Skyway Theatre
12/8       Milwaukee, WI                                Turner Hall Ballroom
12/9       Madison, WI                                   Orpheum Theatre
12/10     Kansas City, MO                             Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
12/12     Broomfield, CO                               1st Bank Center
12/13     Salt Lake City, UT                           In The Venue
12/15     Portland, OR                                   Roseland Theater
12/18     Oakland, CA                                   Fox Theater
12/21     Los Angeles, CA                             Shrine Auditorium
1/16       Brooklyn, NY                                  Barclays Center