Dreamers Delight Announces ‘The Observatory,’ new album out 1/19/24. Shares “Transmissions From Planet L”
September 29, 2023 BY Emma Orland
Like bottling a beam of light from the outer reaches of the galaxy, Dreamers Delight—the prolific Denver-based artist and producer Reed Krafft—explores both the profound nature of existence and granular everyday magic in the scope of succinct and sharp interdimensional electronic anthems. Today, he is announcing his new cosmic album, The Observatory, which will be released on January 19, 2024 via Nettwerk.
The Observatory is a representation of musical evolution while Krafft reaches for another stratosphere taking listeners on a journey through the lens that humans get to experience from the largest cosmic scale to the quantum, microscopic level. “I’m constantly thinking about how tiny things can be, while zooming out and acknowledging the breadth of the universe. We live in this interesting space between. The album goes through different perspectives of the quantum side and the cosmic side. The Observatory was the perfect title. It can be a place where you observe the galaxy, or you could just be about watching what’s around you.” The Observatory is available for pre-order HERE.
WATCH + LISTEN TO “TRANSMISSIONS FROM PLANET L” HERE
To celebrate the news, Krafft is sharing a new intergalactic single, “Transmissions From Planet L,” along with a gorgeous video companion. Featuring guest vocalist MOONZz, handclaps underscore swooning vocals as ethereal bass lays the foundation. “MOONZz absolutely crushed it. If you want something, you need to follow through with it. ‘Planet L’ means ‘Planet Love’. You can get there in a relationship with yourself or whoever you want to build a beautiful world with,” shares Reed. “Transmissions From Planet L” follows “Galaxy Eyes,” “Quantum,” and “Keep On Shining.” This new collection of music offers audiences layers of glossy eyed effervescent beats with momentum accelerating. “Transmissions From Planet L” is available on all streaming platforms here.
ABOUT DREAMERS DELIGHT:
Krafft broke through on his fittingly titled Awake EP. The single “Olives” has gathered millions of Spotify streams and counting. In 2018, he unveiled his full-length debut, Ethereal Moments, followed by EPs such as Wandering Souls (2019] and Atlas (2021], which This Song Is Sick hailed as “a beautiful and cohesive piece of work.” Meanwhile, the likes of “Pluto,” “Star Dwellers (feat. Vaughn Trace],” and more eclipsed millions of Spotify streams each. Along the way, he toured with everyone from Big Gigantic to Break Science and appeared at festivals such as Coachella, Electric Forest, Lightning In A Bottle, Camp Bisco, and beyond. Throughout 2021, he assembled Departure at his home studio. Weathering a breakup and various changes in his personal life, he poured the emotions of this transformational season into the music. Now he returns with a new collection of songs that were assembled from 2021 throughout 2023.
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