DREAMCATCHER is back with their second online concert Dystopia: Seven Spirits, accompanied by a Live band scheduled to be held on Saturday, November 7, starting at 10 PM KST. 

DREAMCATCHER collaborates once again with MyMusicTaste; a technology-forward platform, that not only allows fans to request physical concerts of their favorite artists in their cities, but also provides the newly added feature of online streaming, which allows artists and fans to stay connected in the pandemic age. 

Music Video © Courtesy of Dreamcatcher

This show comes after DREAMCATCHER’s successful comeback and completion of their first online concert which was also actualized through the overwhelming requests of fans on MyMusicTaste. In today’s reality of restricted travels and social distancing, this unique online concert will allow global fans of the Seoul-based group to experience their music and energetic performances from the comfort of their homes. 

DREAMCATCHER debuted in January 2017, with the single Nightmare and quickly caught the attention of music critics with their unique “young metal” sound, and intoxicatingly enthralling choreography. Voted no.3 on Billboard’s Best New K-Pop Acts in 2017, the group’s worldwide fame has grown exponentially since; their title track, “데자부 (Deju Vu),” from their special mini-album Raid of Dream released in September 2019 entered Billboard’s World Albums Chart at no.10. Shortly after its release, Raid of Dream also topped the iTunes album charts of nine different regions—Argentina, Peru, Finland, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, the United Arab Emirates—and entered the top five iTunes album rankings in ten additional countries, further solidifying DREAMCATCHER’s rapidly increasing K-pop influence. 

Music Video © Courtesy of Dreamcatcher

Recently DREAMCATCHER made a very successful release of their fifth mini-album Dystopia: Lose Myself. This album continues the Dystopia trilogy, in which the members take the role of tree spirits living in a dystopian world. Once a Utopia, the world that they used to know has changed drastically due to the continuous spread of negativity. With their new title song BOCA (translated as ‘mouth’ from Spanish), DREAMCATCHER members proclaim that they will now try to fix the world by shutting out the hate. The title, Dystopia: Seven Spirits, was inspired by the symbolic message that DREAMCATCHER continues to bring with their music by reflecting the modern “witch-hunting” that exists in today’s society. 

Dystopia: Seven Spirits concert streamers are in for a special treat: this online concert will mark the comeback of DREAMCATCHER’s member, HANDONG, who wasn’t able to participate in the first show due to her activities abroad.

Tickets for Dystopia: Seven Spirits are now on sale on MyMusicTaste.com. Further information regarding ticketing and the show itself can be found through https://mmt.fans/iJQT or other social media channels of MyMusicTaste. 

Music Video © Courtesy of Dreamcatcher

Press release provided by MyMusicTaste.

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