No Joy – Dream Rats [Listen]

No Joy dropped the fourth track called Dream Rats from their forthcoming album Motherhood out on August 21, 2020 via Joyful Noise and on Hand Drawn Dracula in Canada.
The track features front-person and principal songwriter Jasamine White-Gluz’s sister, Alissa, of deathcore supergroup Arch Enemy.

About the track:
Dream Rats crams in synth choir, blast beats, cowboy leads, and signal-jammed shredding into a radio-friendly three and a half minutes.

Speaking on the track Jasamine White-Gluz says, “I’ve never collaborated musically with my sister before. When we were kids we would sing and play music together but as we’ve both become adults and touring musicians we’ve never had a chance to work together. This is the heaviest song on this record so it felt fitting to have her on there. There is something special about her being on this album, specifically because it’s an exploration of family and motherhood.”

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