Dreamcatcher will make a comeback in April 2022. After what has been a very long and quiet break, Korean Media News hub Naver dropped the news today that the Korean Rock/Pop group has finished recording their upcoming full-length album.
Dreamcatcher debuted back in 2017 with members Jiu, Sua, Siyeon, Handong, Yoohyeon, Dami and Gahyeon, all of whom contribute powerful vocals and performances within rock and pop fused music. With visuals ranging from horror to a suspicious day at a carnival, Dreamcatcher spans a wide range of genres, visually and auditorily.
2021’s EP Summer Breeze brought about a collection of songs that were cool and chill – you can read our review. It provided a break from the usually heavy rock sounds, preparing fans for the first full album to include all 7 members. But the upcoming album promises to include more story and new sounds.
RELATED: 7 REASONS NOT TO SLEEP ON THE KPOP GROUP DREAMCATCHER
The first full album since 2020’s Dystopia: The Tree of Language will more than likely begin a new narrative series much like the Dystopia Saga, which spanned 3 albums starting from Dystopia: The Tree of Language before heading into Dystopia: Lose Myself and ending with Dystopia: Road to Utopia.
More details will be coming in the next few weeks as the viral marketing machine starts churning out puzzles for fans to solve. Growing in popularity, Dreamcatcher is planning to celebrate their 5 years with a bang with a full album. They’re also the first ever K-pop group invited to the Primavera Sound Festival in June. Their 2022 is shaping up to be huge, and it’s only February!
DREAMCATCHER GOES BIG FOR 2022
What concepts are looking for or hoping for in this next comeback? Maybe a tour. Tell us in the comments below or on our social media. And stay tuned to The Illuminerdi for tour dates, album date as well as any info that drops. In the meantime, check out a sampling below of what Dreamcatcher has to offer.
KEEP READING: MATT REEVES ON CATWOMAN’S SPIN-OFF POTENTIAL AND THE DREAM OF CREATING A NEW BAT-UNIVERSE