Dreamers with Weathers and Morgxn
September was a big month for alternative indie rock trio DREAMERS. They started the month off with releasing a new EP titled FLY. I got to catch the band perform in Houston, Texas on September 19th on their tour with Morgxn and Weathers. The House of Blue’s Bronze Peacock Room in Houston, Texas was filled with boys and girls excited to see the Manhattan natives.
The show opened with Morgxn. This was my first time seeing all of these acts and I was very impressed with the electric R&B artist that literally glowed on stage with neon nail polish and captivated the crowd. Morgxn stopped every so often to talk about love and posited a question that he’s been on the search for, what is vital? Vital is the title of Morgxn’s latest album and title track. At the merch table you can sign a notebook to answer the question “What is vital?” My answer was art.
Next on stage was Weathers, a group of nicely dressed boys with amazing music. Weathers. The opened up with the set “I’m Not Okay” off their latest album Kids of the Night I was immediately impressed with how high energy the band was. Their performance made the entire crowd jump and the ground shake. They didn’t talk much, mostly jammed out on stage. My favorite song of the night had to be their closer “Problems”. A little punk, a little pop Weathers has been on repeat for me since I’ve left this show.
Following the amazing set from Weathers, DREAMERS took the stage. With neon light behind them proudly displaying their name they kicked off the set with “Screws”. DREAMERS is a band that really understands their style, they’re polished but rough. They have a message that they want to convey and send to their fans. I made a note when lead vocalist Nick Wold sent a message out to the crowd they wanted everyone to “Get crazy and transcend our minds”. DREAMERS brand is very straightforward, they’re imaginative and romantic. That style transitions into their stage performance that one half relaxing and blissful and another half dance-y and engaging. Meeting the guys after the show they were all delighted to talk to their fans and compliment my dorky Blockbuster shirt. Overall DREAMERS is a band to check out when they stop into your town.