Dream On Dreamer Album Launch show at Melbourne Northcote 2016

Australian post hardcore band, Dream On Dreamer released a new album, Songs Of Soulitude, late last year . In conjunction of the album, they did an Australian tour, hitting every major city, with friends from Sentinel, Polaris and Ocean Grove. However, their Melbourne show was canceled due to a closure of a venue. And thankfully, the rescheduled date was a day before their stint at Unify 2016.

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As per their other tour, this tour also feature their friends; Sentinel, Polaris and Ocean Grove. I was not able to catch Sentinel as I was late but I am sure they did great.

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Sydney band, Polaris is just pure amazing talent. From the start to finish, I was constantly headbanging to their songs. Check out their newly released EP. Give it a listen and you would know what I am describing about.

I had the opportunity to catch Ocean Grove when they were here in Singapore for You Me At Six. Watching them live again did not disappoint me at all. They were the same awesome band that I saw two years ago.

Up next was the band I have been waiting for,  Dream On Dreamer. This band never fails to surprise me. I did not get to catch their first show in Singapore so I am glad that I got to watch them in Melbourne. They were as good as I remember  listening to them first time few years back. Energy wise was high and performance wise was clean and expertly execute.


Dream On Dreamer have come a long way since they started. With many band members changes in the past, the band still show their fans that they are here to stay. The show itself shows how tight the band is with the hurdle they had in the past. It is evident in one of the slow songs they played Don’t Lose Your Heart. The song shows how close they are as a band and as a family.

After the show, I met Marcel, the lead screamer in the band and I only had one question in mind, “Any future plans for a show in Singapore?”

Marcel replied with, “Hopefully soon.” Let’s hope it is soon!

Songs of Soulitude is now on iTunes and Spotify.

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