At Least We’re Happy
Reviewed by: Lexi Bissonnette
A new rock band hits the scenes today. Dreamers Dose released their debut album, At Least We’re Happy. This 11 track album will be a hit for those fond of Radiohead and Coldplay. However, with a little more edge.
At Least We’re Happy bursts with energy and strong vocals throughout the album. The sounds blend well from track to track, with each featuring elements from their sound but also seemingly separate from each other. With songs like “The Calm” being deceitful and very upbeat, as well as “Antebellum”, to the slower tracks like “Accepting”.
The album’s title song is a bit darker then the rest, with strong beats and soulful vocals, a little slower than everything else. ” I stopped running to find the place that I could call my home,” a line in the song and it sure fits, this band has found a home with their great sound. “We Never Saw a Thing” is perhaps the strongest track on the album. Featuring a low key, slow guitar without the following of drums, the vocals are soulful and pull you into the song, almost hypnotically. Not a let down on the album, this band released a strong debut album that will be tough to find fault with.