ST. PETER’S DREAM Team Up With TAREK MUSA For New Single "Parisian Addiction"

Published on 5 November 2021 at 09:58



Teaming up with Spring King’s Tarek Musa (The Big Moon, Dead Nature, Neon Waltz) and Jon Hucks (Sigrid, Years & Years, Nothing But Thieves), Reading four-piece St. Peter’s Dream are back with their brand-new single ‘Parisian Addiction’ that is set for release on all streaming platforms on November 5th.


Emanating from south midlands UK, St. Peter’s Dream have hurled themselves into the ever-growing music scene; they have excelled beyond their expectations. Within a short space of time, the indie quartet have made serious impressions on the scene they position themselves in.


Gaining notable coverage from the likes of BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio, this is just the beginning of the band’s adventure.


The quartet keep going from strength to strength, taking consistent pride in their work and ingenuity, producing high quality anthems that are accompanied with huge magnitude and melodic soundscapes. This is something they’ve since proven with live shows in London, Manchester, Southampton and a sold-out show at the fabled Purple Turtle in Reading.


As for ‘Parisian Addiction’, it offers a turbulent experience that creates the perfect image for a band with big dreams. With faultless production and an arena-ready bridge, this track will allow anyone to escape for just a few small moments.


Speaking on the track, vocalist Travis Absolom said:Writing ‘Parisian Addiction’ was an ample showing of what sort of direction our sound was moving towards. The tune itself has similar confines to the actual writing process. It's very much an ode to life without any glimpses of sadness or anxiety, a beacon of light, which - in turn, acts as a promise to maintain my own happiness. it came about at quite a turbulent phase of life, and ultimately - the song became an illustration of the direction into the greener grass of the world.


"Parisian Addiction" is out today on all major streaming platforms.


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