The Dream Syndicate this Friday will release its first new album in near 30 years, the eight-song How Did I Find Myself Here? And as the big release date approaches, the band this week debuted a new music video for the album’s opener, “Filter Me Through You.”
Steve Wynn first reconvened The Dream Syndicate in 2010 for a series of live shows, enlisting original drummer Dennis Duck, bassist Mark Walton (who originally joined the group after 1984’s Medicine Show) and guitarist Jason Victor, who plays in Wynn’s band, The Miracle 3.
After playing sporadic concerts over the ensuing years, The Dream Syndicate recorded its follow-up to 1988’s Ghost Stories last year. The record, due out Friday on ANTI-, closes with “Kendra’s Song,” which features a guest vocal by original bassist Kendra Smith.
Watch the new video below.
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that’s a nice chorus
Great song, its like they never left.
Sherman, set the Wayback Machine for 1985!
But why, Mr. Peabody?
Come now, Sherman. You know that was the… Days of Wine and Roses.
But Mr. Peabody! That record came out in 1982!
Shoot. That’s what I get for trying to reference a Jay Ward cartoon on four hours sleep. Correct as usual, King Friday. It was 1982.