MIMR Review: The Lucid Dream ‘SX1000’

Ten years have past with many ups and downs but The Lucid Dream lives on with the much anticipated 1st glimpse into what to expect from album 4 and ‘SX1000’ delivers on many different levels to what your used to from the Carlisle foursome.

Released 6th April on limited 12″ the track is soaked in pulsating acid house beats and an intensity which is hard not to move to. Influenced heavily by the UK and US house scene circa late 80/early 90s when happy pils were passed around like milkybars, the track is proof that the band ain’t afraid to experiment with different music styles and while it’s departure from their well crafted Psych prowess and the ambient fusion created on 2016 excellent ‘Compulsion Songs’ in particular, its safe to say that they will forever push boundaries and strife to be forward thinking.

They celebrate the release with shows in London and Manchester early next month and MIMR reckons it will be well worth it, see you on the dancefloor!

Here’s the video:

Tour Dates:

The Victoria, London 5th April

Band On The Wall, Manchester 6th April


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