Bad Dreems' sophomore album Gutful (released on 21 April 2017, with Opitz returning as producer) debuted at number 23, after the success of the album's singles, "Mob Rule" and "Feeling Remains. The album Dogs at Bay (2015) was produced by Mark Opitz and Colin Wynne in their Brunswick West studio. Opitz and Wynne’s hand in the creation of the album emulated the sounds of classic Australian, influential bands of the 70s and 80s - such as Cold Chisel, The Angels, Lobby Loyde and the Coloured Balls, INXS and Pauly Kelly. Bad Dreems took inspiration from the isolation that comes from living in the inner suburbs of Adelaide, which seemingly allowed them to evolve as an authentic, rugged, and real rock band, untouched by modern trends.
Richly lyrical verses and a catchy pop chorus make this track an excellent addition to the tone and colour of the album. Ghost Gums, Paradise and Blood in My Eyes are all excellent tracks which interweave deft songwriting and Australian imagery while unleashing some unmitigated Aussie rock. Like a great set closer, the sweet sing-song poetry of Sacred Ground evokes the feeling of a heartfelt goodbye providing a sense of finality with lyrics like The wind is settled the dust is blown.
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The album, which we said delivers raw lyrics, maniacal guitar and all round sing-along thrashings and then some, sees the quartet explore stories and anecdotes from a uniquely Australian upbringing paired with punk-injected indie-rock and soaring acoustic gems. Watch: Bad//Dreems – Hiding To Nothing (Acoustic).
Performer: Bad//Dreems Genre: Rock Title: Dogs At Bay Released: 2015 MP3 version ZIP size: 1183 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1509 mb Rating: 4.5 Votes: 228 Other Formats: MP3 VOX AU DXD DTS MMF VOC