Arch Enemy’s Alissa White-Gluz Collaborates With Her Sister’s Band No Joy On New Song “Dream Rats”

No Joy, the band featuring Jasamine White-Gluz, the sister of Arch Enemy’s Alissa White-Gluz, have premiered a new song titled “Dream Rats.” This track features Alissa and it will appear on the band’s new album “Motherhood,” which is set to be released on August 21.

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Yet another new music video is coming next week! Did you know that my big sister @nojoy68jk69 is also a touring musician? 👯‍♀️ She has an album called “Motherhood” coming out August 21st (next week!) and to kick it off we shot a music video for the song “Dream Rats”, which I sing on. We are very different in terms of personality and style but somehow ended up in parallel paths! Her music is shoegaze… a foreign world for me… but I see the level of attention to detail in her work and I love it! . I don’t know how it took our ENTIRE LIVES to collaborate (other than our childhood projects) but we finally did it! You’ll all see it next week! 🦆 Thanks @revolvermag for including “Dream Rats” in your list of best new songs! And if you still haven’t seen the new music video for “Lizzie” you can join my FanClub (at the link in my bio) or @charlottewessels patreon page to watch! You can also listen to “Dream Rats” right now before the music video comes out, wherever you listen to music! Hope you are all enjoying the new music and visuals! 🎥🎬🎼🎤 . #nojoy #shoegaze #music #metal

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