‘Dream Dream’, the new song from Chicago’s own Secret Colours, is an absolute trip. In every good way possible. With summer rapidly approaching, this is the type of track to slip into the iPod to play when everyone is settled in and having fun. It’s a lazy funday kind of track with a feelgood rhythm and all around smooth vibe. The video accentuates this with an ode to the feel-good camaraderie of the “me generation” and the modernness of originality.

About Secret Colours
If you didn’t know these guys were from Chicago, you’d assume they’re a bunch of Brits, with their insanely Britpop-influenced sound and their unusual spelling of Colours, but the Windy City exports manage to capture the soul of the UK in the late ’90s/early ’00s and mix in a good amount of 70’s Psychedelia for a sound all their own. Ample amounts of fuzz and pop combine to sound something like if The Stone Roses and The Black Angels decided to mate, and their offspring is something to be cherished.

SOURCE: Official Bio

Secret Colours are:
Vocals, Guitar / Tommy Evans
Guitar / Mike Novak
Bass / Max Brink
Drums / Matt Yeates

LINKS:
https://www.secretcolours.com
https://twitter.com/SecretColours
https://www.facebook.com/secretcolours

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