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Beauty Rains – [DWLLRS]

The name DWLLRS should by no means be unheard of to you by now. The South California duo, comprised of Bren Eissman and Joey Spurgeon, has caught attention through various platforms for their voices alone and has been incredibly consistent in delivering explorative and more-tamed surf rock lullabies. Their latest release, “Beauty Rains,” brings their growing fanbase back to the basics of the group; elegant guitar-driven melodies and sterling vocals delivering words of introspection. For curious new listeners still-discovering or more seasoned fans, “Beauty Rains” is another cornerstone record from a duo whose trajectory is unstoppable at this point and who continue to prove themselves along the way. Listen to “Beauty Rains” by DWLLRS below.

Things We Don’t Talk About – [DWLLRS]

The warming sound of DWLLRS returns with a new single, “Things We Don’t Talk About,” which is another inspiring and introspective ballad that proves why the San Clemente duo has been on such a hot streak. Highlighting the internal dialogue that can consume our minds during some of our lowest lows, DWLLRS live up to their vulnerable name as they delve into life’s toughest subjects, “money, death, love.” In true DWLLRS fashion, the song’s production balances out the weight of the song’s lyrics with driving instrumentation that mirrors the song’s subject matter with crashing cymbals and bright guitar chords. Together the culmination of this production and lyricism create another intimate example of why DWLLRS are bound for stardom. Their courage to be vulnerable and transparent not only creates a song that is sonically pleasing but emotionally weighted. “We wrote this song after a period of feeling kind of lost in regards to what we truly want to say. ‘Things We Don’t Talk About’ is inspired by the dread that comes with holding things in. On the surface it’s easy to shy away from our insecurities and worries because it’s hard to be fully vulnerable all the time. But holding it …

Fiction – [DWLLRS]

There’s no denying our admiration for Southern California duo DWLLRS, but it appears the world is beginning to catch up as well. The San Clemente duo, Bren Eissman, and Joey Spurgeon, recently caught the attention of non-other than Justin Bieber himself and with that has brought a sea of new fans to the pop duo who have welcomed said fans with their new single, “Fiction.” The new release is a departure from some of their previously released songs as the pair experiment with breakout elements of energy and pitched vocals atop a flipped soundbed of breezy guitars and driving electronic drums. The balanced performance between cathartic screams and soulful serenades perfectly texturizes the song’s narrative of an internal back and forth. DWLLRS is clearly stepping into their own, finding an exciting balance between their surf-pop signature and a new uptempo electronically manipulated hyper pop-esque drum patterns that sheds light on their development thus far. Listen to “Fiction” by DWLLRS below.

You – [DWLLRS]

DWLLRS is hitting a stride and isn’t letting up. The San Clemente duo returns with a new visual for their emotional single, “You.” Self-directed by the pair themselves, Bren Eissman and Joey Spurgeon, their new video brings the heartbreaking record to life through a shimmering euphoric lens. Brenn Eissman’s manipulated vocals and throttled delivery spearhead the woozy atmosphere and trip-like experience the pair travel through. DWLLRS continued success and consistency in delivering both bright records on hope and perseverance alongside songs that carry an immense amount of emotional weight over swelling production have made their music extremely replay worthy and a perfect pairing for any setting. The world DWLLRS have built for themselves, and their fans is truly an exciting one. Watch the DWLLRS video for “You” below.

You – [DWLLRS]

Southern California duo DWLLRS return with their new emotional single, “You.” The surf-rock-inspired tandem maintains a steady breezy atmosphere with their new song, expanding the depth of their artistry while remaining true to the bright sound that has become their trademark. Bren Eissman and Joey Spurgeon tap into a more down-tempo euphoric R&B production that swells and crashes. This combination alongside piercing acoustic guitar plucking aids in drawing the duo’s new song back to the center. Their emotion-stirring production sets a fertile stage for Bren’s heartfelt crooning, which he throttles in delivery, mirroring his internal turmoil, illustrating a deeper and more vulnerable side to the duo as they delve into the chest-tightening subject of lost love. As DWLLRS continues to drop music, they are only further proving their chops and ability to pivot while remaining true to the themes that drew us to their dynamic pop sound in the first place. Listen to “You” by DWLLRS below.

We’re All Just Falling And Flying – [DWLLRS]

The charming charisma that orbits San Clemente, California duo DWLLRS breathes visual life to their latest single, “We’re All Just Falling And Flying.” Continuing to capture the beautiful beach landscape that has now become synonymous with the duo’s breezy pop-coated surf rock sound, Bren Eissman and Joey Spurgeon tackle life’s toughest emotions and questions with utter grace. Transitioning in-and-out of Super8 filtered effects, DWLLRS invites viewers into a dream-like sequence through hazy camera styles while simultaneously propelling viewers into reality by sharpening the camera quality. In true euphoric, dream-like fashion, DWLLRS story-like songwriting comes to life in the new visual creating a score-like feeling throughout the blissful experience. It’s hard not to be engulfed in the calming warmth this duo create, and yet their music and videos released to date have proven their ability to captivate and comfort. Watch the music video for “We’re All Just Falling And Flying” by DWLLRS below.

We’re All Just Falling And Flying – [DWLLRS]

The healing sound of DWLLRS return with their new single, “We’re All Just Falling And Flying.” Members Bren Eissman and Joey Spurgeon deliver an exceptionally potent new single that embodies the ideals of getting knocked down but always getting back up. Opened by a vulnerable description of personal ups and downs, DWLLRS soft guitar implementation and cosmic synth chords, which have become a staple of the Southern California duo’s sound, help propel this song into the stratosphere. The duo’s ability to continuously tap into a sound that creates that weightless, soaring feeling is a testament to their artistry and attention to detail. DWLLRS makes it unequivocally clear that during rough times they will remain steadfast in their mission to highlight the light. Listen to “We’re All Just Falling And Flying” by DWLLRS below.

It’s Only Up From Here – [DWLLRS]

The duo known as DWLLRS have released their accompanying new music video for their incredibly hopeful and uplifting recently released single, “It’s Only Up From Here.” Staying true to the group’s brand of smile-inducing pop, DWLLRS newly released video captures Bren Eissman and Joey Spurgeon reveling spurts of joy and unyielding optimism. Where some of the group’s earlier video releases created a more narrative-driven storyline, the new music video for “It’s Only Up From Here” captures the undeniable electricity that resonates from the Santa Clemente artists. Shots of the duo bouncing back and forth amongst each other not only successful personify this group’s kinetic energy but also illustrates the overall narrative of the song; “it’s only up from here.” DWLLRS new video undoubtedly solidifies this group’s clear and present moment with a song that we can all get behind. Watch the video for “It’s Only Up From Here” by DWLLRS below.

It’s Only Up From Here – [DWLLRS]

The music of the Santa Clemente, California duo DWLLRS, formerly DWELLERS, is proving themselves to be a safe-haven from the craziness of life and a one-way ticket into a world that is comforting, honest, and overwhelmingly optimistic. The tandem, made up of Bren Eissman and Joey Spurgeon, return with their third official single, “It’s Only Up From Here.”  The newly released single is bright, positive, and ultimately reassuring in its delivery. Brought to life by soft vocals, a copacetic contrasting blend of acoustic guitars, swelling drums, and electronic production, DWLLRS creates a hopeful anthem that is driven by its warming chorus. At its core, DWLLRS new song unequivocally accomplishes music’s most magical ability; it transports you somewhere else. As hectic and stressful as times may get, “if we just keep loving, maybe we can go live happily, it’s only up from here.” Listen to “It’s Only Up From Here” by DWLLRS below.