The term ‘arty’ can be thrown at many bands, but no others can claim to have been formed as an actual piece of art. While at Brighton Art School, Dream Wife came together to write songs to be performed at the opening of an exhibition; intended as something of a parody, they became a fully-fledged band when they realised that they could actually write absolute bangers.
This year marks the eleventh installment of Live at Leeds. Taking place across Leeds city centre, including over twenty venues, on from Friday 28th April to Sunday 30th April, we're wading in to offer our highlights of the 100+ artist line-up. Tickets are available now, with Saturday's main event just £32.50, for a solid day of live music.
As the worlds of music and art continue to collide, there are few bands who can admit to being a literal act project. Dream Wife are one of the select few, as they burst into existence performing as a, relatively tongue-in-cheek, girl band at the opening of an art gallery while they were all at university. Tonight, they've filled The
The worlds of music and art often collide, but it's rare that a band can literally be described as a work of art. Dream Wife, as in many other ways, break the mold in that respect, as they formed as a 'fake girl band' as part of their art degrees. After performing at a gallery opening, word spread and, for the time being at least, they're a bona fide musicial outfit.