Dreaming Awake Releases Music Video From April 14th Imminence Records Debut ‘Friction Lives’


Imminence Records had to fight off harmless diamondbacks, but they have welcomed Arizona’s metalcore outfit Dreaming Awake to the family. In preparation for their eleven track barrage on the ears in the form of Friction Lives, the band has released the lead single entitled “Friction.” The single also features guest vocals from Sycamour’s Jeremy Gilmore, whom is joined by Dillon Jones of Incredible Me as guest vocalists on the album.

“Friction” is the title track off the album, essentially the light at the end of the tunnel in regards to the underlying theme of the album, which is conflict, push and pull, giving and taking, and all that is the friction in our lives. It shows someone trapped within the conflicts of their lives, searching for a way out from their demons and struggles, reliving it over and over, until they let go and move with their friction and not against it.” – Vaughn Bell (Screamer)

received 10557445911321951. It Lives
2. Friction (feat Jeremy Gilmore of Sycamour)
3. The Revenge Of Regina George
4. Acta Non Verba (feat Dillon Jones of Incredible Me)
5. Devil Skin
6. Empty Avenues Lead To Bad News
7. Support Group
8. There’s Something In The Air
9. This World Ain’t Big Enough
10. Tranquility Lane
11. Smooth Or Not, Diamonds Still Scratch


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About Dreaming Awake:

Capturing the essence of Pop and RnB, while simultaneously creating an atmosphere of pure chaos, Dreaming Awake delivers groovy, yet dark, bone crushing breakdowns, and infectious soulful melodies that’ll be sure to make you move your feet and sing along. Dreaming Awake is the collective of members from different bands from their home scene, bringing an array of different influences. Dreaming Awake is dedicated to bringing something fresh to the table, with heartfelt lyrics that anyone can feel, and genuine instrumentation that will leave you hooked.

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