Be sure to check this week's OUT column -- On a hot summer night at the Middle East, Dream Hits surf a garage-pop lullaby -- but here's some visual evidence of DREAM HITS and WAR PRESIDENTS last Thursday, July 21 in Cambridge.
From the OUT:
Following a lively opening set of Americana-infused indie rock from South Shore five-piece War Presidents, Dream Hits breezed through their show with the infectiously simple "Bummer" and the sweet melodrama of "Meat," a song that sounded so warm and familiar that even the most intoxicated coeds were bouncing and swaying in all the right places.
With contagious hooks and hauntingly sweet '60s-girl-group vocals, it’d be easy to tag local up-and-comers DREAM HITS as just another beach-pop act fighting for towel space in the sand. But in reality, the duo from Emerson College brings some much needed hi-fi grit to a typically fuzzy, sun-soaked scene.