One band that has been trying to say goodbye to us for the better part of the past two years is Dream On Dreamer, who dropped their final album What If I Told You It Doesn’t Get Better at the start of the pandemic and announced a stack of farewell shows, only for their plans to personally say goodbye be postponed, stalled and kept held back over the two years we endured covid.
Now, the boys are back with one final offering in the form of the slow jam ‘Hurricane‘ which was written amidst the madness of Melbourne’s last lockdowns and will now act as the band’s final release before they disband…
On the new song, the band exclusively told Wall of Sound:
“Hurricane was written in the heart of the final Melbourne lockdown and came about as a way to cope with the solitude. The lyrics came very naturally given the shared experience we were all going through and channelling that felt like a powerful release of emotion or a way of controlling an uncontrollable situation.
We hope our fans appreciate this final swan song, we were in two minds about whether to do it, as the band already called it quits, but working on this helped us in a huge way and we can only hope it helps others in the same way.
Marcel, Callan, Zach and Chris”
I’m not crying, you are…
Words by Paul ‘Browny’ Brown (@brownypaul)
Stream ‘Hurricane‘ here
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