The Dreaded Laramie Recovers A Lost Sense Of Self With “Tell Me”

[Cover photo credit to Maris Souza (@notfakemaris) ; Styled by f r a u (@wowitsfrau)]

Nashville Indie Power-Pop band The Dreaded Laramie has released a new single and video, “Tell Me”, from their upcoming sophomore EP Everything A Girl Could Ask out on May 13th via Wiretap Records / Sell The Heart Records / Engineer Records. Formats will include 7” picture disc vinyl and digital.

Video directed by Wil Kelly (@wil_kellyy)

Vocalist/guitarist MC Cunningham explains:

“Tell Me” is a song about losing your sense of self and trying to get it back. In my experience as both a musician and an academic, I have found that there is a terrifying sense of helplessness in trying to figure out who I am and what is unique about me, and, when people tell me I’m doing it wrong, it’s easy to take that really seriously. This song is about confronting that helplessness and choosing to turn to my closest support network of family and friends to remind me of who I am at my core.

The Dreaded Laramie feel that they are part of a chorus of young Southern bands challenging what it is to be normal. Bassist Drew Swisher comments: “Normalcy defines our dreams and what we think is possible. But everybody’s weird, we just try desperately to hide it.”

Everything A Girl Could Ask was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Justin Francis, Produced by Adam Meisterhans, and written by The Dreaded Laramie and Adam Meisterhans.

Upcoming shows:

Apr 1 Nashville, TN The East Room

Apr 8 Nashville, TN DRKMTTR

Apr 9 Lexington, KY Al’s Bar of Lexington

Apr 21 Cincinnati, OH The Mockbee

Apr 22 Huntington, WV The Loud

Apr 23 Philadelphia, PA Traitor Joe’s

May 13 Louisville, KY Magbar

May 14 Columbus, OH Unknown venue

Jun 18 Little Rock, AR White Water Tavern

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