Having released their second single of 2019, the hazy sun-drenched ‘California’, London indie quartet Hot Dreams today unveil the video to accompany the track. This comes off the back of supporting Palace on their UK tour in February and support from BBC Radio 1 DJ’s Annie Mac and Jack Saunders. Watch ‘California’ here –

Speaking about ‘California’ the band explains, “’California’ is about growing up and moving on. It’s a simple yet heartfelt letter about breaking up and realising the value in independence.”

In January Hot Dreams returned with single ‘Stronger’ and things have been building with great pace for the four-piece ever since. They are reading the release of their forthcoming debut EP this spring and have just been announced for Bushstock andHidden Herd festival appearances.

Radio 1’s Annie Mac highlighted the band as one of her New Names, Jack Saunders premiered ‘Stronger’ on his show as hisNew Wave while further airplay has included support from BBC London IntroducingRadio X and Amazing Radio.

Speaking about the recording they explain, “Last year we spent a week writing and recording in Kingussie, Scotland. We had planned to shoot an acoustic version of Stronger since we’d written the song and Kingussie felt like the perfect place for it. We brought our friend Ben along to shoot a one take video up on our favourite spot over the river Spey.”

Catch Hot Dreams live at:

Bushstock Festival – 15th June

Hidden Herd Festival – 13th July

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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