Dream On, Dreamer is an Australian five piece post-hardcore band from Melbourne formed in 2009. They released their debut EP through Boomtown Records on 4 June 2010 titled Hope. The release of the EP was followed by many national tours with bands such as Pierce the Veil, Attack Attack! and Deez Nuts. The band released their debut album "Heartbound" in August 2011, through their signing with Rise Records. The album was produced by Cameron Mizell (Memphis May Fire, I See Stars, Woe, Is Me) and features The Getaway Plan vocalist Matthew Wright on the single "To the Lost". Bassist/vocalist Michael McLeod ("Mcoy") left the group in November 2012 after his girlfriend fell pregnant. Luke Domic left the band in early 2013. Their newest member, clean vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Zach Britt from "The Dream The Chase" was included in the band in 2013, Jungwirth also moved from keyboards to bass, shifting the band from a 6 piece to a 5 piece. Band members: Current members Marcel Gadacz - lead vocals (2008-Present), Callan Orr - lead guitar (2008-Present), Zachary Britt - rhythm guitar, clean vocals (since 2013), Daniel Jungwirth - keyboards, synthesizers, piano, samples (2008-2013), bass (2013-Present), Aaron Fiocca - drums (2009-Present), Notable mention Kevin Orr - Co-Writer 2013 (Loveless LP), Past members Michael "Mcoy" McLeod - bass, clean vocals (2008-2013), Luke Domic - rhythm guitar (2008-2013), Scott Mac - drums (2008-2009), Full Discography: Full lengths Heartbound (2011), Loveless (2013), EP's Sails Set, Armada - EP (2009), Hope - EP (2010), Singles Downfall (2011), Midnight Thoughts (2012), A Thousand Miles (Vanessa Carlton cover) (2012), The World In Front Of Me (2013), Videography: "Ambitions" (2010), "Chapter: Desired Permanence" (2010), "Downfall" (2011), "The World In Front Of Me" (2013), "Neverlove" (2013), Notable Previous Ventures: Marcel Gadacz - Francis Dolarhyde, State of East London, Callan Orr - Francis Dolarhyde, Michael McLeod - Arpejio, Goodbye Armadale(Hiatus), Daniel Jungwirth - Francis Dolarhyde, Aaron Fiocca - Electrik Dynamite

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