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Dream State Release Video For New Single In This Hell

Monday, 29 January 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Dream State have released a video for their new single, In This Hell.

The track, which is out now through UNFD, premiered last night on Daniel P Carter's Radio 1 Rock Show. Speaking about it, vocalist CJ Gilpin said:

"In This Hell is the representation of the transitional period we experience when we want to make a change in ourselves, and change isn’t always easy. We wanted to write a song that conveyed the chaos of the mind, and the storm before the calm that follows on from White Lies."

The South Wales quintet will tour the UK next month. They will also appear at the Great Escape in May and Download festival this summer.

Dream State Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu February 08 2018 - GUILDFORD Boileroom
Fri February 09 2018 - SCUNTHORPE Cafe Indiependent
Sat February 10 2018 - OXFORD Cellar
Sun February 11 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Asylum 2
Mon February 12 2018 - BRISTOL Exchange
Wed February 14 2018 - MANCHESTER Star & Garter
Thu February 15 2018 - STOKE Sugarmill
Fri February 16 2018 - PETERBOROUGH Met Lounge
Sun February 18 2018 - HULL Adelphi
Mon February 19 2018 - YORK City Screen Basement
Tue February 20 2018 - LEEDS Key Club
Fri February 23 2018 - DERBY Hairy Dog
Sat February 24 2018 - BOURNEMOUTH Anvil
Sun February 25 2018 - KENT Forum - Tunbridge Wells
Mon February 26 2018 - LONDON Camden Assembly

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