Newly reunited Foxy Shazam take the
road less traveled in
“Dreamer”

Photo Credit: Scott Beseler/Paul Coors

WATCH: “Dreamer” (Official Video)

STREAM: “Dreamer”

Earlier this year, Foxy Shazam delighted fans by returning from their extended hiatus with “Burn” and “Dreamer” – two dynamic anthems worthy of the beloved catalog that has left fans clamoring for more music over the past five years. Today, the band proves that they’re still capable of the incredible visuals to match the music with the debut of the official video for “Dreamer” via Consequence of Sound. The video alternates between a high-powered performance by the band in a garage and ethereal footage exhibiting the sanctity of nature. In doing so, it matches the vibe of the song, which bounces between a reflective ode to the natural world and a compelling hook – accented by a propulsive bridge where the guitars and percussion kick the track into overdrive.

From the opening piano chords and reverb-rich vocals, the listener can close their eyes and find the reprieve of their favorite natural hideaway. Despite its portrayal of peace in the midst of chaos, “Dreamer” still manages to rock out in an undoubtedly ‘Foxy’ way that is sure to make it a highlight of the band’s famously epic live show for years to come.

In the words of Foxy Shazam’s enigmatic frontman, Eric Nally:

“Nature is a quiet truth that lies within everything.
Dreamer is about learning that.”

About Foxy Shazam
Most of us run towards comfort at full tilt. There are only a select few individuals among us who, through natural inclination or learned behavior, are equipped to thrive in the face of chaos. Foxy Shazam’s enigmatic frontman, Eric Nally, is one of those people. This innate ability to find progress in disorder has largely shaped Foxy Shazam throughout their career. In 2020, the band triumphantly returned from a five year hiatus with the release of two anthemic singles – “Burn” and “Dreamer” – that offer a small window into what the future may hold for the project.In 2020, Foxy Shazam seems poised to eviscerate traditional genre lines with their latest batch of new music. Both singles pay testament to where the band came from while aggressively pushing their sound forward. As Nally boldly declares, “I will stand for 2020 and say I made moves during this time. It is hard, but we do it anyway. It might not be what you expect but, with Foxy, isn’t that what you expect”?
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