Rising LA based indie psych-rock band Dreamers Dose is gearing up for the release of their forthcoming debut full-length album, At Least We're Happy, with a brand new song, "Pray for Me, Fragile," premiering today at Alarm-Magazine.com. The band will be performing songs from the upcoming record at an intimate show at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on June 7th.
Produced by Alain Johannes (Queens of the Stone Age, Them Crooked Vultures), "Pray for Me, Fragile" was written and recorded in 2011 and came to be through a serene moment in time for vocalist/guitarist Andrew Stogel.
"I was walking through the streets of suburbia when the melody and lyrics for "Pray for Me, Fragile" came together in my head," says Stogel. "After working it out for a while, I brought it to my bandmates and we've played it ever since."
The new song, "Pray for Me, Fragile," will be featured on Dreamers Dose's upcoming album At Least We're Happy which also includes the previously released tracks "She Is Good," "Accepting" and "For The Flower Child," to be released this summer.
Dreamers Dose got their start in 2009 when Stogel, Jesse Perlman (guitar), Levi Dylan (bass) and Josh Conway (drums) began performing together in high school. Heavily influenced by some of the great 90's psychedelic/alt rock bands such as Brian Jonestown Massacre, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Queens of the Stone Age, the band quickly garnered a local fanbase with their neo-psychedelic rock sound and their raw, energetic live shows. While still only teenagers, the band's sound is mature beyond their years and has led them to open for acts like Band of Skulls, Manchester Orchestra, Dead Sara and Vanaprasta among others.
Keep up with Dreamers Dose at https://www.facebook.com/dreamersdose.
Dreamers Dose Tour Dates:
June 7 - Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour