Confirmed Dream Wife announce new album ‘So When You Gonna…’

Dream Wife announce new album ‘So When You Gonna…’
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They’ve also dropped brand new banger ‘Sports!’.

London-based trio Dream Wife are back with a banger, and news of their forthcoming album! Thanks, pals!

Releasing ‘Sports!’ last night, accompanied by a self-directed and self-produced new vid, it’s the first glimpse into their brand new record ‘So When You Gonna…’, set for release via Lucky Number on 3rd July.

“’Sports!’ sits on multiple levels; of satire and celebration, of nonsense and commonsense, of the body and the mind, of IRL and digital,” the group say. “The video simultaneously plays with and celebrates ‘sports’ through multiple levels of reality and non-reality; exploring the nonsense of sports, toying with the seriousness of competition and the rigidity of rules while also asserting how important it is to be in your body, the joy of being in a team, the purpose in doing something for the sake of doing it, the endorphins and the sweat. Playing sports is great if that’s for you but there are so many other ways to be physical, to be with your body. For us, more often than not, it’s the rock show. Rock n roll is an extreme sport and we’re a team.”

Read our chat with them all about album two here now, and checkout their new vid and full track list below.

‘So When You Gonna…’ Tracklisting

1. Sports!

2. Hasta La Vista

3. Homesick

4. Validation

5. Temporary

6. U Do U

7. RH RN

8. Old Flame

9. So When You Gonna…

10. Hold On Me

11. After The Rain

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