2014-07-25T19:48:18-04:00 2014-07-25T19:08:25-04:00

Dreamers learn to howl on new single "Wolves"

The sad fact of knowing anyone is that people can easily suck you in. Deep down, everyone wants someone to love it’s just a matter of whether or not you’re going to put the effort in to keep him or her happy. And therein lies the wolves, those who pull you into a world of deceit and what a dating site would define as “mixed messages,” when really it feels much more twisted. Brooklyn based indie rock group Dreamers recently premiered their new single “Wolves” on Interview magazine and singularly named bassist Nelson explained, “It’s about how people can drag you into their world for better or worse. It’s heartbreaking actually.” The single is off of their upcoming EP This Album Does Not Exist to be released in mid-November as a first culmination of the efforts that went into their relocation from Seattle to Brooklyn in order to pursue their music on a larger scale. Their riffs driven sound, slightly twangy and with a good dose of Ooo and Ahh on the single is perfect for the hip skinny jeans wearing borough. And although the group may currently be lying with wolves, we believe that they will only continue to learn to howl.

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