Post War Dream's "Fading In" serves as a catalyst for a necessary conversation - WXPN
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The first track released off Philadelphia band Post War Dream‘s projected 2017 release We’ll Be Just Fine takes a heavy topic and starts a necessary conversation.

“Fading In” details the devastation of addiction, and is meant a beacon for those struggling with it, as well as those who care about them. Heavy percussion and guitar carry the track while delicate harmonies providing a compelling contrast. The lyrics “Started slowly fading in / This is really happening” help to paint a picture of the slippery slope of abuse and the mentality that it won’t happen to you. Rob Tomlinson’s haunting vocals effectively convey the earnest message that Post War Dream is trying to get across to listeners.

Catch these introspective indie-rockers at their show on Monday, November 21st at Bourbon and Branch. Grab tickets for the show at the WXPN Concert Calendar, and listen to “Fading In” below.

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