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The band are currently supporting The Rions on their NSW tour

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NSW-based five-piece The Good Love have shared their new single, Too Much To Dream. The release arrives alongside an official visual, created by Search Media.

Produced and mixed by Jack Nigro (Pacific Avenue, The Terrys, TOTTY), and mastered by Andy Walter of Abbey Road Studios in London, the breezy tune continues the bands 60's inspired sonics, made complete with ear-worm guitar melodies within a mesmerising soundscape. Frontman Leroy Ashford-Meehan's bring the songs storytelling lyricism to life, exploring the uncertainty of blossoming love.

“Too Much To Dream depicts the universal narrative of literally having 'too much to dream' when it comes to love. It takes the listener through a journey through the unknowingness of love, and the constant uncertainty in wondering whether it will stick around or leave like the wind.” the band share.

The Good Love are currently supporting The Rions on their NSW tour. The run of shows will continue tonight for the first of two sold out shows at Eora/Sydney's Waywards, before heading to Gumbaynggirr/Bellingen, Dunghutti/Crescent Head and Illawarra/Thirroul.

Too Much To Dream is out now!

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