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Dream On Dreamer
“It is with heavy hearts that we are announcing the end of the era that has been Dream on Dreamer”
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It’s a rock and metalcore double-header.
You ain’t dreamin’.
Dreamer are back!
They’ve already launched a crowdfunding campaign to get them home.
With some special guests!
Dream On Dreamer are heading out on a five-date national tour in support of their third album ‘Songs Of Solitude’.
Canadian post-hardcore outfit Silverstein have locked in Australian dates for the 10-year anniversary tour of their breakthrough album, Discovering The Waterfront. The tour will make its way around the country in May 2015. During the tour, Silverstein will perform Discovering The Waterfront in full, along with their greatest hits. The group are also promising to
It’s an eclectic Tour Guide today, with shows from relentless post-hardcore act Dream On, Dreamer, a farewell hometown show from Sydney singer-songwriter Caitlin Park before she jets off overseas and an album launch tour for genre-bending melodic four piece, The Harpoons. Dream On Dreamer ‘…And The Light Pulled Me Back’ Tour Melbourne’s own post-hardcore act
Barely a month has passed since Dream On Dreamer concluded their spot on In Hearts Wake‘s Earthwalker national tour, but they’re at it again. The Melbourne post-hardcore stalwarts have announced a new string of national tour dates to celebrate new single Darkness Brought Me Here. Darkness Brought Me Here is set for digital release everywhere
Byron Bay-bred rising stars of the busy Australian metalcore scene In Hearts Wake have announced a new string of tour dates to officially celebrate their sophomore full-length effort, Earthwalker, which is slated for release 2nd May and bears the group’s latest single, Divine. The band have been on a roll over the last 12 months.
Melbourne’s favourite all-ages festival, Push Over, will be back for its 22nd year in 2014, taking over Sidney Myer Music Bowl on the Labour Day public holiday, Monday, March 10th, and offering a smattering of glorious hip hop, rock, indie, hardcore and punk for you to feast on. If you’re into a bit of Aussie
Melbourne’s own Dream On, Dreamer have announced a national tour in support of their upcoming sophomore release, Loveless. The band is bringing an explosive end to a highly productive 2013, which has seen them tour extensively throughout Europe, record their second album and tour nationally with A Day To Remember and The Devil Wears Prada.
Pop punk heavyweights A Day To Remember are Right Back At It Again, returning to Australia this July as their seemingly endless tour schedule heads back to the southern hemisphere. Maintaining a fairly regular live presence Down Under, the band is sure to be greeted with sold-out shows the nation over, something made much more
Having dropped a weapon of a full-length debut, home-grown post-hardcore dominators Dream On Dreamer have announced they will be dropping their sophomore LP dubbed Loveless. The record will drop Friday, 28th June to be quickly followed with two album launch parties in Melbourne. Loveless marks the start of a new era for Dream On Dreamer.
This year’s Movember is going to be bigger, and heavier than ever with the announcement of the massive Movember Mayhem Tour. The 4-band bill features Australia’s greatest post-hardcore exports, and, well, one of America’s. Taking away headliner position is Melbourne lads Dream On, Dreamer. Having spent much of the year simply taking the world by