'Life Inside a Dream' by Stains of a Sunflower

'Life Inside a Dream' is a song that perfects the interpretation of what a dream can be! 
This song sets a solid rhythm from the very beginning and then fills with a beautiful spiral of variations. Here, the concept of a dream is where you are free from reality and reality is bound by limits and this song unleashes the true meaning of a dream by the way it is written as well as composed. The chord progression in this song is well thought out and creates a dreamy vibe. The vocals have the perfect balance of strength and softness, and, with a delicate touch of harmonies, the singer has fulfilled the emotion that this song intends to deliver to listeners.

The bass-line is well composed and runs nicely underneath with the drums further sustaining a strong energy.With all the vocals and instruments combined, this song has one more layer that really defines a life inside a dream and it's not just that it has well written lyrics, but a unique reverse sampling effect that is not overdone but has, in fact, become the signature of this song.

Definitely listen to 'Life Inside a Dream' by Stains of a Sunflower which was released on 21st June 2021 and is available everywhere.

About Stains of a Sunflower:

"Based in Los Angeles, CA, Stains of a Sunflower is the 90’s nostalgia soaked rock band you never knew you needed, but can’t stop thinking about once heard. Started in Boston, MA in 2015, they have dazzled audiences around the country from basements in Allston, MA to The Whiskey A Go Go in West Hollywood, CA. Their most recent EP, You Know it’s Such a Shame (2020), was described as “A trio of gorgeously sleek and potent anthems that center around RenĂ©e’s ever emphatic praise of the female spirit, unfolding with a sonic extravagance—like a Baz Luhrmann film meets 60’s Beatnik-transcendentalism—that the lead-singer never fails to go toe-to-toe with in her throaty cries” - Steven Ward, Grimy Goods. Inspired by modern influences such as Queens of the Stone Age, Death Cab for Cutie, Blur, Paramore, and Bent Knee, Stains of a Sunflower never fails to deliver a unique and well-developed approach to “rock” in both their music and performances."