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The Aces return with infectious new track ‘Daydream’

The Aces have returned with a brand new track, “Daydream”, out now via Red Bull Records. “Daydream” is an irresistible track with hints of nostalgia, sparkling guitars, slick basslines, and a buoyant promise of hope.

March 5th, 2020 – Singapore – The Aces have returned with a brand new track, “Daydream”, out now via Red Bull Records. “Daydream” is an irresistible track with hints of nostalgia, sparkling guitars, slick basslines, and a buoyant promise of hope.

The band says: “We want our fans to feel submerged in this music and walk away feeling closer to us than ever. ‘Daydream’ is about what it’s like to be away from a loved one. When we’re on tour, we’re leaving a love note and memento saying, ‘I’m thinking of you, so daydream about me.’”

This is the first glimpse of music from the alt-pop band since their critically acclaimed debut album, ‘When My Heart Felt Volcanic’, which saw them become one of the most talked-about new artists of 2018, garnering worldwide critical acclaim.

“The Aces debut is nothing less than bloody brilliant.”
– NME

“Insanely catchy.”
– The Independent

“An explosive pop debut.”
– CLASH

“The Aces are the next big thing.”
– Refinery 29

The Aces released their acclaimed debut album, ‘When My Heart Felt Volcanic’ two years ago, and in those two years the band have opened for 5 Seconds of Summer, headlined their own tour, and spent a countless number of hours documenting everything in-between (and after) into music. Together, sisters Cristal and Alisa Ramirez (vocals/guitar and drums, respectively), McKenna Petty (bass), and Katie Henderson (lead guitar/vocals)—all friends since grade school in Provo, Utah—explore growing up and falling in love in the 21st century with candid honesty and endearing relatability.



“Daydream” is now available on all streaming platforms here: ffm.to/theacesdaydream

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