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Dream People ‘People Think’ : Whole host of good feelings and un-obstructive vibes will wash over our senses and our belonging hearts.

Dream People

Breathy entrenchments, decked out in a suit of love’s armor and synthesis – the revelry of Dream People’s single ‘People Think’ thrivingly give you the boppin’ dream-cast of feelings we’d all secretly desired.

Dream People are hurtling into the future with their second record, ‘Almost Young’ (March), and with it impending launch, a whole host of good feelings and un-obstructive vibes will wash over our senses and our belonging hearts.

The band said: “It is the happiest song on our new album, but also the one that has the harshest message: sometimes, at certain times in our lives, we end up forgetting what we were and what we dreamed in our youth. We all have this constant fear of losing ourselves in boring numbing lives and this song ends up reflecting that ”

The Lisbon, Portugal based band, consisting of talents: Francisco Taveira (voice), Nuno Ribeiro (guitar), Bernardo Sampaio (guitar), João Garcia (bass) and Diogo Teixeira de Abreu (drums), dutifully supposes architectural charms of life and its edges.

Through the eyes of a vision that, is certain, to be – the cork from the Champagne of life, can be popped to be enjoyed.

Even if to say “I’m on my way.”

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