Tokyo band DYGL have released a new indie-bop, ‘A Paper Dream’

They're playing the Old Blue Last next month.

Japanese foursome DYGL have released their new single, ‘A Paper Dream’.

The new song is produced by Rory Attwell, and arrives with a video that finds the Tokyo-band slacking off from their decorating duties.

Frontman Nobuki Akiyama says: “‘A Paper Dream’ is about the fond memories you get when listening to music from your youth. Your feelings for the songs might change a bit over time, but still the music you’ve liked always gives you some perspective on life, which always makes you feel like dancing by yourself. This is the whole image of time and youth I guess everyone goes through.”

‘A Paper Dream’ is the group’s first new music following the release of debut album ‘Say Goodbye To Memory Den’ in 2017.

Catch them at the Old Blue Last in London on 4th April.

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