One the albums that we’re excited about in 2018 is the debut LP from London trio Dream Wife. Since releasing their initial ‘EP01’ record back in 2016, the band’s blend of punk, pop and indie have garnished them a lovely following and spins of BBC Radio 1. With their self-titled album landing January 23rd, Dream Wife have revisited their track ‘Hey Heartbreaker’ with another video, this time directed by Mason London. What you have here is an animation of the girls as robots playing in their restricted Bar Lolita establishment before finally breaking free. Have a look.
London trio Dream Wife are a group of rockers that we have been championing since their ‘EP1’ release. Fusing the sounds of punk and pop, the band have gained a huge following around the world, earning a number of fans in the music biz who are heavyweights in their own right.
Athletics have never looked so fun, that is until Dream Wife shared their new video for the track ‘Kids’. Directed by Aidan Zamiri, the London trio basically have a good time amidst a set decorated with various sporting pieces including dumbbells, tennis rackets and more. Filmed at Central Saint Martins, the outfits were actually designed by students at the school. ‘Kids’ is taken from Dream Wife’s ‘EP01’, out now on Cannibal Hymns.
UK trio Dream Wife is a band who you need to get familiar with. Blending punk and what they dub as ‘poolside pop’, their latest EP ‘DREAM WIFE EP01’ is definitely one of our faves at the moment. One of the highlight songs on the record is the up-cheering track ‘Hey Heartbreaker’, which Dream Wife have released a video for. Directed by Sam Boullier and Eleanor Hardwick, there are clips of the band all sitting on a bed whilst eating pasta and watching themselves on an old CRT monitor. They also scenes of them running in the streets and releasing heart balloons into the air. Hey, it works for us. ‘DREAM WIFE EP01’ is out on Cannibal Hymns.
Dream Wife are just as punk as they are pop. In fact, they almost boast a pride of being somewhat beautiful bad asses with tracks such as ‘F.U.U.’ and their Valentine’s Day cover of Peaches’ ‘Fuck The Pain Away’. However, their sound is unquestionably addicting and their latest ‘Kids’ is no exception. Blending dream pop with alternative and post-punk, Dream Wife are adding a needed edge to pop music, and we’re loving every bit of attitude that they’re pumping into it. ‘Kids’ is out now on Cannibal Read more […]