Dreamland remains the band's most popular song played on Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music. It has attracted listeners from around the world.
The lead track from the self-titled debut album in 2013 was also accompanied by a brilliant video filmed by Anton French of AF Film during the winter of 2013 in a freezing cold forest on the outskirts of Canterbury, Kent.
The debut album also remains the biggest selling release from the band's output so far.
Dreamland is based around a massive guitar hook influenced by Luther Perkins who created the "boom-chicka-boom" sound for Johnny Cash. Opening with gentle acoustic chords the song is taken over by the engaging guitar hook and a wave of lyrics that transcends into a catchy, melodic and appealing tune for a total of 2 minutes and 47 seconds.
Bernie as his studio near Faversham, Kent
The song was recorded by the late Bernie Torme at his Barnroom Studios near Faversham, Kent. The band entered the studio without a regular drummer and Roger Diamond played on the recording having come onboard only one week before the sessions commenced. Rogers' 'straight down the middle' style on this song in particular added to the driving force of the song overall.