Dream Wife

PROPELLING into international stardom with only announcing a string of headline UK shows this year, fierce trio, Dream Wife split their time between Reykjavik and Brighton, currently residing in the latter.

All pals from Art School, these ladies are infatuated with Blondie, stuck in the 90s and hold a potency like Siouxsie Sioux, this evidently seen in tracks such as Believe and F.U.U.

Front-woman Rakel Mjöl is a siren. Strong but soft, her punchy vocalism cuts the deepest, masquerading with the chunky guitar chords from Alice Go being mirrored by a hefty bassline from Isabella Popadec.

F.U.U, their latest offering, available to listen to on soundcloud acts like pop on steroids, developing into an 80s dream of all things futuristic and muscular. Creativity from artists like Grimes and Yeah Yeah Yeahs seep with the aid of Mjöl's encapsulating vocals,



Sickly lyricisms mixed with sweet chugs of the hearty instrumental make up the 'poolside pop with a bite' sounding, self-prescribed by the trio. Already on front-covers in Japan, Dream Wife are one British based phenomenon who are just about to explode,


Words Lauren Jones

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