Conchúr White has released the title track from his recently announced 'Dreamers' EP, arriving alongside the news of a UK + Ireland tour with Villagers & Margaret Glaspy.
New single "Dreamers" follows the previously released EP tracks "Vocation Vacation" and "Go Easy".
Exploring the notions of small town culture, sonically the cut moves effortlessly between soothing folk and indie-rock bedlam, with Conchúr professing, "I've been talkin' 'bout it since I don't know when / I had excuses for days and they were 10 out of 10s" / until I finally make it I won't scream or shout / cause we've all been dreamers 'til we get found out".
Conchúr said of the new track: "It's about feeling silly for having dreams or aspirations beyond what you've known, so you make excuses or self sabotage. I worked with a lot of young people from the local area who at such a young age felt like they wouldn't go beyond where they were, which was quite sad. The main message is we all have a right to dream and aspire for something more whether it seems silly or not."
There’s a dream-like surrealism in White’s musical storytelling which he delivers with an understated theatrical manner - with lyrical influences including the likes of Father John Misty, Lana Del Rey, Alex Turner, and Charles Bukowski.