Dogstar releases ‘Glimmer’

The band’s new album arrives on October 6th

Less than a month out from the October 6th release of their highly-anticipated album Somewhere Between the Power Lines and Palm Trees, LA-based, independent rock band Dogstar has released a wistful glimpse into the record with their new song “Glimmer.” The track evokes a sense of longing with the song’s slow, hypnotic reverb, and dreamy atmosphere.

“With ‘Glimmer,’ we wrote the music first. I kept saying something like ‘space’ and then one of the guys said, ‘glimmer,'” shares the band’s Bret Domrose. “That word gave me the idea of only seeing someone for a moment, like a glimmer of you, you’re there and then you’re gone. I got this vision of someone being up on stage and looking out and seeing that person they loved in the audience that they’re estranged from – it’s that interaction. The lights hit them, the lights go off and they disappear into the shadows. It’s heart-wrenching.”

The album arrives via the band’s own label Dillon Street Records with distribution through ADA.

Dogstar is gearing up for the second leg of their 35+ city headline Somewhere Between the Power Lines and Palm Trees Tour. The first leg – which kicked off August 10th and made stops in US cities like Phoenix, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, and Denver before the band traveled overseas for a three-show run in Japan – sold out on the first day of ticket sales prompting the band to announce 14 additional dates last month due to overwhelming fan demand.

The Somewhere Between the Power Lines and Palm Trees Tour continues September 25th with a sold out show in Houston and will make stops in St. Louis, Columbus, Niagra, Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, Brooklyn, Boston, Atlanta, Nashville and more.

Buddy Iahn
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