Ya’ll like music, right? And new music videos? I mean, why else would you come to a music news website, am I right?
Today we’ve got something special for ya’ – straight from the heartland, well the south I suppose, but Rough Dreams is a “Midwest-style” punk band out of Tennessee infused with a personal, and intimate sound which if nothing else, you can be sure is coming straight from the heart. Mason-Dixon be damned! Today they are premiering a music video dedicated to the songs that move us, “The Cold Sweat Shakes”. You can stream “The Cold Sweat Shakes” below.
Rough Dreams is a self-described “indie band with roots in punk rock [who] take their name from Otis Redding’s ‘I’ve got Dreams to Remember'”, and draw heavily on inspiration from bands like Hot Water Music, Jawbreaker, and The Swellers. Their self-titled debut EP was released earlier this year via Coffin Curse Records, and recorded jointly “in Knoxville by Zach Householder (Whitechapel) and Miah Lajeunesse (The Sound Lair) as well as in Saginaw, MI with Nick Diener (The Swellers) at Oneder Studios.” It was mixed and mastered by Nick Diener and is available for streaming and name your price purchase on Rough Dreams’ bandcamp.
Enjoy the premiere!
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