The DWELLERS' latest release, “Iced Coffee,” is musical caffeine for listeners. Stimulated with strong vocal layers and energized by bright pop production, this song is the definition of the perfect blend.
The alternative pop duo made up of Bren Eissman and Joey Spurgeon began writing and producing music together as college roommates. Following their debut single, this latest release is yet another statement to their artistry and headway toward what’s next for alt-pop.
Flavors of reflection and hope swirl into the verses of the song, leaving hints of anticipation with lyrics like, “I want to live my life, I want to live it all / But God I hope it gets better before the music goes.” Like any natural coffee date, this song turns into more than just a conversational piece, it becomes therapeutic. Where a deeper exchange surfaces, “Iced Coffee” settles into our most vulnerable elements. With equal parts upbeat and contemplative, it vitalizes body and soul.