Life of Dillon Debuts “Dreams” Music Video on Sony Billboard in Times Square – Watch Now!

2636821_20150715095843_251589743Life Of Dillons brand new music video forDreamsreceived its world premiere on the Sony billboard in Times Square on Thursday July 30.

The UK trioDavid Keifferand brothersJoeandRobert Griffithwere on-site for the big reveal as well. The clip simultaneously went live on VEVO at that time and is viewablebelow.

Following up their first 2015 hitOverload,Dreamsis the latest single from the groups debut EP,Prologue[Disruptor Records/Epic Records], available now at all digital outlets. The tracks uplifting finger snap-driven chant of, If your dreams dont scare you, they aint big enough, comes to life in the compelling cinematic visual.

Its been a banner summer for the band.Life Of Dillonrecently made their late night television debut on CBSThe Late Late Show with James Corden. They gave a stunning performance ofDreams,which you can enjoy all over againbelow as well!

Right now, you can catch the boys live supportingMeghan Trainoron her current summer run,The MTrain Tour, hitting major markets across North America. The full itinerary is included below.

The group initially came to life in 2014, whenDavidjoined forces with longtime friendsJoeandRobert. Inspired by a free-spirited stranger named Dillon whom they met in the brothers birthplace of Brazil, they flew home to London galvanized and driven to write. They carved out an elegant middle ground between dance music and acoustic pop.Life Of Dillonthen inked a deal withDisruptor Recordsa recently launched joint venture between Sony Music Entertainment CEO Doug Morris and The Chainsmokers’ manager Adam Alpert.

 

Written by Juliet Schroder

Juliet Schroder

Juliet is the founder and executive producer/host of Celeb Secrets and Celeb Secrets Country. When not reporting on the latest news in pop culture and country music, she enjoys traveling, spending time with friends and family, and exploring the latest fashion trends.

Juliet holds a B.S. in marketing from St. John's University.

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