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TASK FORCE DEMANDS CHANGES "WITHOUT ANY DELAY"
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THE B-SIDE
Dreamers (Hollywood)
9/27/17

WHAT IT IS: DREAMERS play smart alt/rock. The 12 tracks on the trio’s debut LP sizzle and spark with three-minute tunes to perk you up and make you shake. The band assumes a collective tone of considerate existentialism. They seek to counter the crassness of pop, the snobbery of jazz and the pretention of indie that zaps the fun out of music with meaning. Current single “Painkiller” serves as the follow-up to “Sweet Disaster,” which peaked at #7 at Alt radio.
ALBUM: This Album Does Not Exist
RELEASE DATE: 8/26/16
SINGLE: “Painkiller”
LIVE: Direct support for The Maine Oct/Nov; headline tour spring 2018; has played Lollapalooza, Firefly, Bottlerock, Meadows, Austin City Limits, more
INTERNET: 13m+ “Sweet Disaster” Spotify streams, 3.2m for current single
RADIO: Impacting Alt radio 9/22
PRESS: Stereogum (“They’ve taken little bits and pieces from the past six decades of rock and molded it into something fresh and interesting”), Earmilk (“Everything good indie rock is made of”), more
BOOKING: Mike Hayes/ICM
PUBLISHING: Seven Summits Music (Disney Music Publishing)
MANAGEMENT: Ari Goldstein/Gutsy Management