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The Dream Eaters bring skin-tingling harmonies together as a dream-pop duo like no other. Blending the vocals of Jake Zavracky and Elizabeth LeBaron, their music will envelop and transform you. Formerly known as simply Jake and Elizabeth, the duo's sound has evolved from classic shoe-gaze roots to a stripped down, dreamy and ethereal vocal focus. While they draw from a number of influences including dream pop, psychedelic, folk and rock genres, their sound stands in a category of its own, focused around the core of harmonious and haunting melodies.
The Dream Eaters story originated in 2015. After playing clubs with various projects and toiling in obscurity for years in his hometown of Boston and later New York City, Zavracky decided to give up the musician's dream and stop performing completely. Then, while working as a bartender at a dive bar in Brooklyn he met LeBaron, another bartender who had just relocated from Vancouver Island, BC. Discovering that they were fellow musicians, they began to collaborate and found an instant connection. As a composer and producer, Zavracky began writing songs for LeBaron to sing alone but soon found their voices blended together in harmony to create a wholly unique sound. With friends and a growing fanbase providing support, they released a number of EP’s and performed live as “Jake And Elizabeth.” As they began to further define their sound, they began performing under the name “The Dream Eaters.”
released April 14, 2017
PRODUCED BY JAKE ZAVRACKY
All songs written by Jake Zavracky and Elizabeth LeBaron except "So Heavy", "Almost Afraid" and "Brazil Song" written by Jake Zavracky, Elizabeth LeBaron and Julien Levy.
Performed by The Dream Eaters.
Additional vocals by the "Gowanus Mass Choir" -Amanda Khiri, Mindy Darwish and Jefferson Hamer.
Recorded at The Space Station, Brooklyn.
Additional recording by Dan Kramer at King Killer Studios, Brooklyn.