Album: Puppet Love (2011)
Artist: Dreams Divide
The fantastic 'Dreams Divide' debut album 'Puppet Love', that explains what the synth pop/ industrial duo Dreams Divide are all about. Described as 'Depeche Mode' meeting 'The Dresden Dolls'. REVIEW: "Gem Davison and David Crout began working on what would eventually evolve into Dreams Divide in early 2009. After receiving some positive appraisals from industry insiders and music lovers, the duo buckled down and began work on their debut full length album, Puppet Love. The result is a very well crafted and listenable synthpop album they released back on May 2, 2011." (Coma Music Magazine)
REVIEW: "A synth-pop sound comparable to Ashbury Heights, Code-64, and more recent Covenant, but with a slightly edgier sound and feel. Gems’ vocals help to reinforce the synth-pop sound, and the right mix against Davids rawer sound. ...The album is well produced, with slick sound, and shows promise that they can go far." (Rock Regeneration)
Written By Dreams Divide. Additional programming by Alex McDougall. Mixed By Alex McDougall. Mastered by Alex McDougall and Adam Goodlet.