Debut Video: Daydream Machine – Falls Out Of View
Daydream Machine boasts a neo-psychedelic sound mixed with post-punk, shoegaze, and darkwave elements. The band hails from Portland, Oregon and will be playing this Friday night, February 3rd, at The Doug Fir in Portland. The band formed in 2012 and released their debut album Twin Idols on My Ear Records in 2014. Their new album, The Show Must Not Go On, drops on March 7, 2017 and the single, “Falls Out of View”, is one of the first sneak peeks fans are getting. We at Somewherecold are proud to present the debut of the video for “Falls Out of View”.
“‘Falls Out Of View’ is a love story involving the speed of light, past lives, time travel, faith, and all the usual mysterious beautiful day to day stuff that happens in most galaxies. Daydream Machine collaborated on the video with Kiwi videographer via Adelaide Australia, Dan Fernie-Harper.”
A few words from the band about the new album coming in March:
“Inside the context of current world events, “The Show Must Not Go On” unveils prickly commentary within its wry vocals, happy-sad grooves and baritone sax solos. Guest appearances include: Dandy Warhols’ Peter Holmstrom, Federale’s Colin Sheridan, The Upsidedown’s Matt Moore, and M. Ward / Rick Bain keyboardist Nathan Junior. The album was mixed by Jonathan Allen.”
Pre-order a copy of The Show Must Not Go On below!
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