Critically acclaimed 80’s pop duo Dysplay served up the music video for “Dream”, their latest sunkissed summer-anthem, today. View HERE and listen HERE.
“We wanted to build a world that you can fall in and out of – a bittersweet memory, or maybe just a fleeting thought that feels like it really happened. Imagination and memory can color the truth of an experience, and the song utilizes the mundane, real-world elements of dirty trains and rainy streets to contrast against the complicated and colorful emotional impulses it explores.” – Dysplay
Dysplay is comprised of Eric Scullin and Devin Hoffman, two young, accomplished musicians. Hoffman is a film and TV composer and former touring bassist for the likes of Awolnation. Scullin – vocalist for Dysplay – has co-produced and co-written with names like RZA (Wu Tang Clan, Kanye West) and Mark Needham (The Killers, Imagine Dragons). Together, Dysplay creates an infectious and unique blend of 80’s sounds in the vein of George Michael, sprinkled with modern day alt-pop akin to Empire of the Sun.