Following up their well-received 2018 album 'Used To Yesterday,' LA's Smokecreens are back with the excellent new record 'A Strange Dream.' Produced by David Kilgour from NZ legends The Clean, 'A Strange Dream' shows a band at the peak of it's talents, ably blending influences like The Go-Betweens, UK DIY indie and pop, and of course Flying Nun into a compelling, compulsive album. From the jaunty pop of opener 'Fork In The Road' to the rocking 'Streets of Despair' and the dreamy 'On and On' this is a record that clearly shows a band that knows it's way around a timeless guitar riff and aching pop melody. Gorgeous ballads like 'Nighttime Skies' and 'I Love Only You' add a new depth to Smokescreens' sound, and the cover of Scrotum Poles' DIY classic 'Pick The Cats Eyes Out' is perfect, and perfectly fun. A future classic.

Following up their well-received 2018 album 'Used To Yesterday,' LA's Smokecreens are back with the excellent new record 'A Strange Dream.' Produced by David Kilgour from NZ legends The Clean, 'A Strange Dream' shows a band at the peak of it's talents, ably blending influences like The Go-Betweens, UK DIY indie and pop, and of course Flying Nun into a compelling, compulsive album. From the jaunty pop of opener 'Fork In The Road' to the rocking 'Streets of Despair' and the dreamy 'On and On' this is a record that clearly shows a band that knows it's way around a timeless guitar riff and aching pop melody. Gorgeous ballads like 'Nighttime Skies' and 'I Love Only You' add a new depth to Smokescreens' sound, and the cover of Scrotum Poles' DIY classic 'Pick The Cats Eyes Out' is perfect, and perfectly fun. A future classic.

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Following up their well-received 2018 album 'Used To Yesterday,' LA's Smokecreens are back with the excellent new record 'A Strange Dream.' Produced by David Kilgour from NZ legends The Clean, 'A Strange Dream' shows a band at the peak of it's talents, ably blending influences like The Go-Betweens, UK DIY indie and pop, and of course Flying Nun into a compelling, compulsive album. From the jaunty pop of opener 'Fork In The Road' to the rocking 'Streets of Despair' and the dreamy 'On and On' this is a record that clearly shows a band that knows it's way around a timeless guitar riff and aching pop melody. Gorgeous ballads like 'Nighttime Skies' and 'I Love Only You' add a new depth to Smokescreens' sound, and the cover of Scrotum Poles' DIY classic 'Pick The Cats Eyes Out' is perfect, and perfectly fun. A future classic.