JAGWAR TWIN // ‘DREAM / DREAM’ (LIVE IN A LIVING ROOM) – MUSIC VIDEO

Press credit: Joshua Hubberman

Atlantic Records Musician and Songwriter Jagwar Twin (musician alias of Roy English) dropped a new video featuring a stripped back new version of the his song “Dream / Dream” off his debut record ‘Subject To Flooding’. The black and white clip was directed by Ryan Fleming and features Jagwar Twin singing the anthemic track over a stark electric guitar setup.

Jagwar Twin says of the track; “It’s impossible to ignore the current state of the world and the dehumanization happening around us all. No matter who you are, what color your skin is, what side of the imaginary line in the sand you were born, what circumstances you’ve experienced in the past, we should all be able to pursue our dreams equally.” 

 Jagwar Twin has been out on the road with lovelytheband this past spring and is currently set to support Avril Lavigne this Fall for her Head Above Water Tour. To keep up and learn more about Jagwar Twin and to stream his debut LP look no further than below.

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Brittney Williams is a music, editorial & fine arts photographer and writer based in Los Angeles, California — She started The Reclusive Blogger with hopes of sharing her voice and opinions on her favorite thing in the world... music. It has grown and continues to grow bigger than she ever imagined. When Brittney is working on The Reclusive Blogger. You can find her doing her other favorite thing... taking photos. You'll find me at a concerts and other events, and active on social media. I also love to decompress by reading and spend time with my family.

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