CHATTER AWAY: Overnight Open Thread

Billboard Magazine reports:

Meet the Trump era Dream Machines. The once happy-go-lucky queer-fronted L.A. band have re-emerged a little angrier in 2019, infusing their still-euphoric dance-soul-pop with an anti-nationalist message.

“We wanted to write a political song,” says frontman Harry May-Kline of “Sarajevo,” the first single off Dream Machines’ upcoming EP Trust/Desire, due later this fall.

The track may express Kline’s anxiety about the current state of the world, but bandmate and producer Luke Burba insists it’s still indicative of the high-energy sound the band does best. For proof, just check out this exclusive live video, filmed at L.A.’s iconic Troubadour recently.