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DREAMERS and Smallpools bring Cameras & Coastlines Tour to Charlotte

Smallpools and Dreamers brought the Cameras and Coastlines tour to North Carolina as they stopped by Amos' Southend in Charlotte. The intimate venue lent itself well to the lineup that included openers Young Rising Sons, an indie group from New Jersey who brought a pleasant opening set that warmed up the crowd for a night of good music.

As the lights dimmed and DREAMERS took the stage, the crowd looked forward to a night full of exquisite sounds, dancing, and beautifully contemplative lyrics. Lead singer Nick Wold, donning bright blue hair, charmed the audience from the moment he stepped on stage. Between the stunning work of drummer Jessica Goodwin, bassist Marc Nelson and guitarist Ari Tibi, there was an extraordinary texture to their live sound that immediately drew in everybody in the venue. DREAMERS released their single “Robbery” in August and two more songs “Internet Junkie” and “Betting on a Good Time” in November. The tunes are DREAMERS at the top of their game. With their pensive lyrics with catchy beats, they ended their setlist with the much anticipated “Sweet Disaster.” Colorful and passionate in a live setting, DREAMERS were in top form and left us excited to see what they have in store for 2023.

As Smallpools began their set, the palpable excitement from the crowd exponentially grew. The palpable confidence from the group was so enticing and had the crowd in the palm of their hand as soon as they hit the first note of "Over & Over." The level of production and the creative lighting design added a new dimension to their music. Their recently released single “Motion” with Yot Club is a collaboration that works perfectly to the strengths of each artist. Their catchy and upbeat music made for a night to remember for new fans, diehard admirers, and everyone in between.

Photos by Keira Lindgren


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