T-Shirt Dream Party – Bookends (Sunrise) Song Review – Metalhead Community

Today we are featuring another promising indie/alternative band; T-Shirt Dream Party, from Manchester, UK. We have reviewed their atmospheric song; Bookends (Sunrise), along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

T-Shirt Dream Party is another promising alternative/indie rock band I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about three weeks ago with this song; Bookends (Sunrise), off from their latest release with the same title, which was released in 2019. This was the first time I heard about T-Shirt Dream Party, and I was truly impressed by their creative ideas in the making. Those groove sections where guitars, vocals, drums, and bass walk together along with the general vibe of the song. Nothing too much to say, it is simply brilliant that immediately pulls the listener into its world.

Bookends (Sunrise) reminds you of the sunrise with its general atmosphere. Everybody will imagine and feel something of their own while listening to this music without a doubt. But it reminded me of some of my beautiful summer memories. I unconsciously thought about sitting on the beach maybe with a campfire and good company on a beautiful summer evening. On the other hand, it also gives us an idea about their capabilities as musicians. Although this is just the second single release of the band, I can see how professionally they have written and produced this song. Details like these make a song wonderful in my opinion. Every time I come across to a magnificent piece of work by an up and coming band such as this one, it reminds me of the beauty of pure creativity. These amazing people don’t think about the sale or the commercial value of their music, they just play the music from their souls, unlike all those popular and well-known artists. For me, this only reason is good enough to listen to underground music.

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Technically, Bookends (Sunrise) also has good standards. I can’t say this is top class work, but it is good enough to deliver the message perfectly. I really liked the way the producer handled the situation. It is quite obvious these gentlemen are experienced in what they are doing. This is not kind of a work that anybody can write or even make decisions like this.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am well impressed by the potential of T-Shirt Dream Party. This might be the beginning of something beautiful for this band, and for everyone else who is into this kind of moody music just like me.

Please go ahead and check out the links below if you’d like to find out more about the band, follow them on social media and subscribe to their channels to show your support and also not to miss any upcoming releases.

Harbor of Dieppe has earned its place in Metalhead Community’s TOP ALTERNATIVE SONGS on Spotify. Check it out!

STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR THOSE WHO ARE INTO MOODY ALTERNATIVE MUSIC AND LOOKING FOR NEW INSPIRATIONS!

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In conclusion, we, as Metalhead Community Team, congratulate T-Shirt Dream Party for their amazing job on; Bookends (Sunrise), and wish them the very best in their future. Thanks for reading.

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