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Soda Blonde announce new album Dream Big, tour and single ‘Bad Machine’

Soda Blonde announce new album Dream Big, tour and single ‘Bad Machine’

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Soda Blonde have announced their second album Dream Big, the followup to 2021’s Small Talk.

Dream Big is the title of the record, and the band say it’s also a mantra…

“… a mission statement from four lifelong friends. It’s their promise to themselves, and a message to all who come along for the ride: A reminder that life is precious, fragile, and fleeting, so we might as well dream big and hold nothing back.

Lead single ‘Bad Machine’ marks a fresh sound for the band…

“We can be slaves to our own impulses,” says guitarist Adam O’Regan of the song. “This idea that ‘every part of me is a bad machine breaking everything all the time, every part of me has been wired to repeat, I’ve got a bad desire by design,’ it’s this idea of recognising that this is just a part of who you are and going with that; but it’s a double- edged sword. Sometimes taking a chance, being spontaneous and taking a risk – they’re not always the safest moves to make, but that propensity to dare is what makes us great. We wouldn’t exist without it.”

Dream Big is out September 8th.

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DREAM BIG TOUR 2023

Wed 22 Nov – The Lexington, London
Fri 24 Nov – Roisin Dubh, Galway
Sat 25 Nov – Dolans Warehouse, Limerick
Sun 26 Nov – Connollys Of Leap, Cork
Thu 30 Nov – Cyprus Avenue, Cork
 Thu 07 Dec The Black Box, Belfast
Fri 08 Dec – Spirit Store, Dundalk
 Thu 14 Dec – Vicar St, Dublin

Tickets via the band’s site.


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