Dream Wife make a strong debut in New York City with an intense and passionate show at Baby’s All Right

Last night at Baby’s All Right, Dream Wife put on a intense and passionate high-energy show featuring their punk/pop blend. This was their first show in New York, and starting with “Hey Heartbreaker” and ending on “Let’s Make Out,” the band kept up the energy for their entire set. Lead singer Rakel Mjoll prowled the stage as bandmates Alice Go (guitar) and Bella Podpadec (bass) kept up their end.

This was their second of only two US dates, and they’re next back in the UK for a few dates and then a tour of Australia in February.

pronoun and Brooklyn’s own Native Sun were compelling openers who should both be headlining themselves soon.

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Dream Wife make a strong debut in New York City with an intense and passionate show at Baby’s All Right

Last night at Baby’s All Right, Dream Wife put on a intense and passionate high-energy show featuring their punk/pop blend. This was their first show in New York, and starting with “Hey Heartbreaker” and ending on “Let’s Make Out,” the band kept up the energy for their entire set. Lead singer Rakel Mjoll prowled the stage as bandmates Alice Go (guitar) and Bella Podpadec (bass) kept up their end.

This was their second of only two US dates, and they’re next back in the UK for a few dates and then a tour of Australia in February.

pronoun and Brooklyn’s own Native Sun were compelling openers who should both be headlining themselves soon.

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