Montreal’s dream-rock band The Day Dreamers are all about connection. Led by Ali Kouri, the female-fronted group entrances listeners with their honest, ethereal and introspective music. Their songs deal with memories, dreams, anxiety and growing up; Accessing multifaceted expressions of feeling that feel deeply personal, yet universal.
In 2019, The Day Dreamers put out their second record, Forever Again, with producer Dave Traina (The Damn Truth). Once again, the band’s sound was reinvigorated with energy, passion and an inability to precisely pin-point a specific genre. The band has been featured in national and international media outlets, alongside notable performances at Osheaga, Canadian Music Week and Ottawa Bluesfest.
Outlet Mag (AU) once wrote, “with dreamy harmonies, soothing violins and haunting acoustics, this team of virtuosos will leave you in knots of emotions – a true testament to the power of music.” Much like a vivid dream, The Day Dreamers are familiar and adventurous but likewise expansive and idiosyncratic.
The band is currently in production for their 3rd studio album.
“Raw talent blossoming before us […] Serious indie sounds worthy of notice”
- Randal Wark, Montreal Rocks
“A swell of rich, sombre sound.”
- Kathryn Greenaway, Montreal Gazette
“With dreamy harmonies, soothing violins and haunting acoustics this team of virtuoso’s will leave you in knots of emotions – a true testament to the power of music.”
- Chelsea Cosgrove, Outlet Mag (Australia)