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We Could Die Happy After DREAMERS Set at Austin360

Los Angeles trio DREAMERS recently made a stop at our own Austin360 Amphitheater on Wednesday, August 7. A cosmic indie band that embodies psychedelia, rock and pop, DREAMERS features Nick Wold (vocals/guitar), Marc Nelson (bass/vocals) and Jacob Wick (drums). The band is currently on the road for a summer tour with 311, Dirty Heads, The Interrupters and Bikini Trill.

DREAMERS at Austin360 Amphitheater | Photo by Leigh Kettle

If you haven’t heard already, we had the amazing opportunity to speak with lead singer Nick Wold while the band was en route to their next stop on tour. Be sure to catch the full interview here!

Though it was one of the hottest evenings we’d had all summer, fans gathered close around the Austin360 stage in anticipation, a clear indicator of just how loyal DREAMERS lovers are. As soon as the band arrived on stage, I myself was forgetting about the brutal heat, completely captured by the trio’s energy and upbeat essence. In fact, it felt like the perfect summer soundtrack, especially with a beer in hand.

The three have a powerful force on stage, a dynamic that makes it seem as if that band has been together for years beyond their current tally of five. Through stirring lyrics and spirited melodies, DREAMERS’s artistry transcends alternative rock. If there’s one thing I love most about the band, it’s that these guys find joy in sharing their lives through music, and it shines through.

DREAMERS’s full set list included the following songs (those bold with links are my personal favorites). Though it went by way faster than I would have preferred, it seems I wasn’t alone — their performance left everyone wanting more.

Check out our full photo gallery from their set below to get a glimpse of the energy DREAMERS poured out in the Texas heat, and be sure to visit https://www.dreamersuniverse.com/ to snag a ticket to their next show!

Feature image credit: Leigh Kettle

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