VIDEO & TOUR NEWS: Dream Wife drop video for ‘F.U.U.’. up coming dates March-August 2018


DREAM WIFE have shared their latest video for album closer and firm live favourite ’F.U.U.’ that sees them reunited with their long time visual collaborator Aidan Zamiri and features guest Icelandic rapper Fever Dream spitting bars.

“F.U.U.” is a ferocious livewire anthem at Dream Wife’s gigs, and it felt natural to team up for the video with the all female, and decidedly punk rock, EVE Wrestling. The band say: “For our new video for F.U.U consider: ROCK AND ROLL AS AN EXTREME SPORT. A place where everyone gets a 10, there are no winners, no losers, just high adrenaline, high octane good times.

F.U.U is a partly tongue in cheek, partly deadly serious exploration of gleeful aggression and where better to WORK OUT this aggression than in the wrestling ring?

We would like to thank all of the Bad Bitches, Aidan & the Dream Team and the gang at EVE WRESTLING from the bottom of our hearts, as they taught us; everyone is a wrestler, maybe they just don’t realise it yet.”

Dream Wife have just commenced their European tour. Following which they will open for The Vaccines on their UK arena tour.

Dream Wife are: Rakel Mjöll (lead vocals), Alice Go (guitar and vocals) and Bella Podpadec (bass and vocals).

Dream Wife the bands debut album is available to purchase physically HERE or digitally HERE.

Tour Dates

20/03    Bristol, UK            The Exchange (SOLD OUT)

21/03    London, UK            Heaven (SOLD OUT)

23/03    Glasgow, UK            Stereo

24/03    Manchester, UK        The Deaf Institute (SOLD OUT)

25/03    Dublin, Ireland        Workman’s Club

31/02    Cardiff, Wales        Wales Goes Pop

03/04    Bristol, UK            Academy %  (SOLD OUT)

05/04    Bournemouth, UK        Academy %

06/04    Cambridge, UK        Corn Exchange %

07/04    Birmingham, UK        Academy %

09/04    Manchester, UK        Academy %  (SOLD OUT)

10/04    Nottingham, UK        Rock City %  (SOLD OUT)

12/04    Glasgow, UK            Academy %

13/04    Sheffield, UK            Academy % (SOLD OUT)

14/04    London, UK            Alexandra Palace %

20/07    Topcliffe, UK            Deer Shed Festival

21/07    Oxford, UK            Truck Festival

24/08    Reading, UK            Reading Festival

25/08    Leeds, UK            Leeds Festival

14/09    London, UK            Brixton Academy ^

15/09    London, UK            Brixton Academy ^

% w/The Vaccines
*  w/Sunflower Bean
^  w/Garbage
† w/The Kills

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