Showing no signs of slowing down, Auckland based indie-pop three-piece LA Women share their third release of the year in new single, Daydreams.
Changing tune once again to unveil their thrilling versatility, Daydreams, is a heart-filled guitar anthem with an infectious jangling riff to reel you in from the get go. Warm melodies creep in as frontman Jake teases the mid-tempo rhythms that layer onto his soft-spoken, sentimental verses before a crashing bassline strikes the hook. Coming alive on its thunderous chorus and chanting vocals, synchronising as the song comes together, makes Daydreams a fast fan favourite and an effortless listen stuck on repeat.
Written last year during a writing retreat in rural New Zealand, Daydreams is an ode to LA Women’s small-town Masterton beginnings when the band dared to dream outside of the conventional day jobs they grew up around. Three years on from their move to Auckland in pursuit of a career in music, Daydreams is a testament to the courage required when taking a chance on your true purpose.
“Growing up in a small town inherently makes you dream big in a way,” LA Women say of the single. “This song is an ode to that feeling and to encourage and empower people to pursue their dreams no matter how outrageous they may seem. Just like that old saying goes, ‘if you do a job you love you will never work a day in your life.’”