Atlanta’s dim Releases Debut Album ‘from dark to light we’ll see’

*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Earshot Media*

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Atlanta’s dim Releases Debut Album “from dark to light we’ll see”

Band Features Ex-Members of The Dangerous Summer, Woe Is Me
Stream The New Album Here 
“The perfect soundtrack to this past year of darkness and the tumultuous experience of living through a pandemic. Dim is in the same landscape of other artists like The Spill Canvas, Saosin, and Bring Me The Horizon.”– Chorus.fm

“With a debut album set sometime for the Summer, dim promises to bring an LP of their brand of emotional pop-rock, one that will make the world seem anything but dim.”- Hollywood Life

“What happens when you mix former members of The Dangerous Summer and Woe, Is Me? A calming emo outfit with an angsty metalcore edge? No, not even close. In the case of emerging Atlanta act dim – you get a riveting pop-influenced group with soothing rock sounds similar to the likes Emarosa, The Spill Canvas and Have Mercy.”- The Noise
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Atlanta’s dim delivers an energetic and emotional pop-rock sound that feels like a sucker punch to your heart.

Featuring singer Matt Mulkey (Young Mountain, MOLEKEY, ex-Woe Is Me), drummer Ben Cato (ex-The Dangerous Summer), and guitarists Nick LowryCharlie Pinkard – dim have come together to be “the light into the dawn” during the confusion and chaos of this modern world.

The band’s debut LP “from dark to light we’ll see” is out today and is streaming in full here: http://fanlink.to/dim-album.

Upcoming album release show:

July 30 – Atlanta, GA The Masquerade (w/ glimmers, abandcalledlove., HZ, and Clavicle)

7:00 PM Doors

$12.00 ADV / All Ages

Tickets available @ The Masquerade Box Office

or online: http://ticketmaster.com/event/0E005ABEAE5D3549
Track Listing:

1. Shine On Me
2. Start Over Again
3. Break You Down
4. Don’t Bury Me
5. Piece It Together
6. Ludicrum
7. Home Is Where You Are
8. Move In Slow My Love
9. Pull Myself Up
10. Come Find Me (it’s so heavy)
11. Someone Else

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