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Dreamcatcher’s ‘[Apocalypse : Save us]’ released via Sony Music Entertainment Korea

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Dreamcatcher‘s second full-length album “[Apocalypse : Save us]” has been released via Sony Music Entertainment Korea. This follows the release of the K-Pop rock group’s first album “Dystopia : The Tree of Language” in 2019 and the group’s extended play “[Summer Holiday]” in 2021. 

Dreamcatcher presents a 14-track filled album as the group embarks on a new journey, making way for its “Apocalypse” trilogy. After the “Dystopia” series, the K-Pop rock group introduces its new “Apocalypse” era.

Dreamcatcher
Dreamcatcher

“[Apocalypse : Save us]” is a desperate plea and cry to save the planet from ecological damage and global warming. The title track “MAISON”, which means “home” in French, stays true to Dreamcatcher’s sonic identity and style based on rock genre and distortion bass.

“MAISON” serves as a warning to the deafened ears and those who are turning a blind eye to the environmental concerns surrounding everyone’s home, the Earth. In addition, the album presents solo tracks of each member, which marks Dreamcatcher’s first album involving all seven members’ songwriting. 

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Dreamcatcher is set to perform at 2022 Primavera Sound Barcelona in June 2022 as the first K-Pop group to do so. The group has been taking a different approach by combining rock, metal and electronica elements within their music.

The uniqueness of Dreamcatcher has earned the attention of many. It is known as the first female K-Pop group to top the Billboard Next Big Sound chart.

The seven-membered K-Pop girl group has been slowly but steadily hitting one milestone after another. The group ranked number 5 on the Billboard World Albums chart for its EP “Prequel” and number 7 on the same chart for “Nightmare – Escape The ERA“.

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