Last.fm Trends has decided to take a look at what fans of the group have been listening to.
Whilst Ray LaMontagne has seen mass scrobble activity with his solo work (11,249,439 total scrobbles), it is his work with the Pariah Dogs that is in the current limelight.
His fourth album, God Willin’ and the Creek Don’t Rise, is the first to be credited under the name ‘Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs’, who already have 546,772 scrobbles to their name (with the album contributing 303,184 of those since its release last August)
The band’s top played track is “Beg Steal or Borrow”, with 1,182 people listening to it last week. The total scrobble count of 93,131 makes it the band’s most popular track, with “New York City’s Killing Me” coming in second with 70,324 scrobbles.
A national tour over May and June is up next for the band which will surely open them up to more new audiences – and some all-important added scrobbles.
Make to sure to tune into CBS.com for the live webcast of the performance on May 11th.