The much anticipated debut album release from LA-based DREAMERS, titled “This Album Does Not Exist” is out today from Fairfax Recordings/Hollywood Records. Led by singles, “Sweet Disaster” and “DRUGS”, DREAMERS pits the party and the paranoia of escapism in effortlessly tight, three-minute tunes. Though the songs and delivery are spot on and seamless- one wouldn’t know they were written in a circus of chaos and instability. Frontman Nick Wold lived in a rehearsal studio for years, showering at a local gym and writing hundreds of songs. He recruited bassist Nelson and drummer, Jacob Wick, settled on the moniker DREAMERS, and began releasing their infectious tracks into the world with their independently released self-titled debut EP.
Their breakout single “Wolves (You Got Me)”, landed in rotation on Sirius XM’s AltNation, and sat in the taste-making AltNation Top 18 Charts for months, all based on fan-votes. This sudden exposure in 2015 landed them not only a support slot on the Stone Temple Pilots run, but also a recording contract with Fairfax Recordings/ Hollywood Records. The band has continued to see strong support from AltNation, with their current single, “Sweet Disaster,” already receiving early spins from a host of other stations. It was top 10 most added at Alternative Radio in it’s first week.