London-based trio Dream Wife announce a brand new single “Orbit”, and a UK/IE tour for October 2023. Tickets are on sale Friday @ 10AM here  


“Orbit” follows the previously released singles “Leech” and “Hot (Don’t Date A Musician)”, and was produced by Alice Go and mixed by Alan Moulder (Nine Inch Nails, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Killers, Depeche Mode). The single is taken from their highly anticipated third album, Social Lubrication, which will be released on June 9via Lucky Number.

The band explain, “Written through the joy of jamming together and locking into the groove like a multi limbed space age organism, Orbit has a dance rock edge from the early noughties of bands like New Young Pony Club and Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Lyrically, it was inspired by post-lockdown London coming back to life and sharing a space through friendship and community. And how each day you never know what’s in store for you or how a stranger can become someone close to you – for a day, a heartbeat, a phase, or a lifetime.”

Today, they also announce a UK/IE tour. The tour kicks off stateside in September for a number of shows before their UK/IE leg in October which includes their biggest London show to date at Electric Brixton. Ahead of the tour they’ll be performing at a number of summer festivals and have just been announced as special guests at Le Tigre’s London show. All dates below and tickets on sale HERE.

‘Social Lubrication’ showcases a band in electrifying form. An entirely self-written and self-produced album, with the only outside influence being the heavyweight mixing duo of Alan Moulder and Caesar Edmunds (Wet Leg, Beach House), the incendiary and riotous record finds the band once again tackling big subjects in their trademark unapologetic manner where, with the band being adept at merging the political with the playful, vital statements are hidden within hot and heavy anthems about making out, having fun and staying curious.

‘Social Lubrication’, in the band’s words, is “Hyper lusty rock and roll with a political punch, exploring the alchemy of attraction, the lust for life, embracing community and calling out the patriarchy. With a healthy dose of playfulness and fun thrown in.”


Friday 5 May – Reading, UK @ Are You Listening?
Saturday 6 May – Wrexham, UK @ The Rockin’ Chair
Saturday 20 May – Cardiff, UK @ Celebrate This Place
Saturday 3 June – London, UK @ Troxy supporting Le Tigre
Monday 12 June – Kingston, UK @ Banquet
Tuesday 13 June – Brighton, UK @ Resident
Wednesday 14 June – London, UK @ Rough Trade East
Sunday 9 July – Glasgow, UK @ TRNSMT Festival
Friday 21 July – Huntingdon, UK @ Secret Garden Party
Sunday 23 July – Ireland, UK @ Forest Fest Music & Arts Festival
Friday 28 July – Thirsk, UK @ Deer Shed Festival
Thursday 5 October – Manchester, UK @ New Century Hall
Friday 6 October – Birmingham, UK @ Castle & Falcon
Saturday 7 October – Bristol, UK @ Strange Brew
Sunday 8 October – Leeds, UK @ Brudenell Social Club
Tuesday 10 October – Dublin, Ireland @ The Grand Social
Wednesday 11 October – Limerick, Ireland @ Dolans
Thursday 12 October – Galway, Ireland @ Roisin Dubh
Saturday 14 October – Glasgow, UK @ The Garage
Thursday 19 October – London, UK @ Electric Brixton

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