Dreamend premiere track-by-track stream of their new album

Dreamend have shared the premiere of their new album, which is out officially this Friday, April 6, a bit early on Consequence of Sound. Along with the full stream of the new record, Ryan Graveface, the man behind the Dreamend moniker, has given a track by track breakdown of the album so you can read up on the creative origins of each song. Head over to Consequence of Sound to check it out. The album will be out this Friday, and you can still preorder your copy here via the Graveface Records BandCamp page. 

Dreamend Share New Single On Impose

Dreamend, the project of Ryan Graveface of Graveface Records, has a new album coming out this Friday. From it, the band has shared a new single called "To See This Moment," which premiered last Friday on Impose Magazine. Impose calls the track "a haunting music box melody that gently pivots & pirouettes like a mechanical ballerina figurine in your heart." Check it out for yourself over at Impose or below. Be sure to preorder your copy of Dreamend's new LP over at the Graveface Records Bandcamp page. 

Dreamend share new single on The Big Takeover

Dreamend, the project of Ryan Graveface, have embarked on a large tour of the US, but they've just released a new single from their upcoming album today on The Big Takeover. The song, "A Year And A Day" is an example of the balance of genre mixing that Dreamend has become as a project. The track is vocal centric, with lush and somewhat spacey synthesizer sounds that make you feel like you're floating in space. As the track progresses and the drums kick in, you get more of a shoegaze vibe. Take a listen below or over at The Big Takeover and then go pre-order this new album from the Graveface Records shop

Dreamend shares first new music in six years

Ryan Graveface's long-standing solo project, Dreamend, has just released the first new bit of material since 2012. "Falling" is the first single from an untitled LP Graveface will be releasing on his own label April 6. Tiny Mix Tapes has the premiere, and they note that "much of his and his label’s catalogs could be called funnily, if not downright cutely, morbid." Listen below and preorder the album via Bandcamp