Dream State have announced a new EP, with ‘Still Dreaming’ set to arrive January 26.
The announcement follows a mammoth summer for the band, following festival appearances at the likes of 2000trees and Burn It Down, as well as their very recent support of Funeral For A Friend at the Cardiff International Arena.
The project is set to include previous release ‘Chin Up Princess’ as well as its brand-new title track, which is out now.
Have a listen to ‘Still Dreaming’ via its video below.
Speaking about the new single and what it means, Dream State have explained:
“This is our most emotive and personal song we’ve released yet. It symbolises not giving up on your dreams no matter what hurdles and obstacles life throws at you.
“Never let your dreams just be dreams! We hope it serves as a motivating anthem for anyone that listens, as it means a lot to us.”
And the band clearly have high hopes for the wider project too, having said of it:
“We feel this is our best work to date, and we’re so excited for everyone to hear it! It felt like it came together naturally, with everyone collaborating in some way.
“We worked closely together to see if what we can bring to the table instrumentally/vocally can enhance the structure of the songs, using our own individual skillsets.
“This EP has been another way for Jessie to express her pent up emotions and release some of the negativity in her brain in a non destructive way, to showcase how even when you’re at your lowest, or darkest point in life, that there’s always light at the end of the tunnel, and you can get through it!
“It’s quite emotional listening back to the record because there was a period where the band was so close to stopping altogether. We think this whole EP stands for not giving up and our perseverance. We hope everyone enjoys it as much as we enjoyed making it!”
Check out the ‘Still Dreaming’ EP track-list and artwork below.
Anxious State Of Mind
Dream State are also set to head to Europe in November, to support As December Falls, before returning to the UK for the final dates.
See the full dates below and visit the band’s site for more information and to buy tickets.
6th November – Stuttgart, Im Wizeman, Germany
7th November – Cologne, Helios 37, Germany
8th November – Osnabruck ,Bastard Club, Germany
10th November – Oberhausen, Druckluft Club, Germany
11th November – Kassel, Goethes Postamd, Germany
12th November – Hambu, Indra, Germany
14th November – Hannover, Lux, Germany
15th November – Berlin, Cassiopeia, Germany
16th November – Pragu, Cafe V Lese, Czech Republic
18th November – Milla, Legend Club, Italy
20th November – Munich, Backstage Club, Germany
21st November – Wiesbade, Kesselhaus, Germany
23rd November – Trie, Mergener Hof, Germany
24th November – Herenthout, Zaal Lux, Belgium
26th November – SWX, Bristol
28th November – Garage, Glasgow
29th November – The Mill, Birmingham
30th November – Scala, London
1st December – Academy2, Manchester
3rd December – Grand Social, Dublin
4th December – Ulster Sports Club, Belfast