Blending warm nature environments with hints of urban scenarios, the band from Lisbon comes up with cool but complex dream pop songs with some fresh splashes of indie rock, making everyone feel Summer will never end.
In 2020, Ditch Days ate some bad food, watched Man On The Moon, starring comedy legend Jim Carrey, and went on a week-long shoegazing trip. The result was Office Space, a five-song EP and the newest release from the Lisbon-based dream pop band. First up? Andy Kaufman. The first single features jawbreaking guitar waves, lazy references and a never ending motto: "As long as we’re high, we’re not gonna break".
“Baltimore”, the second single from the EP 'Office Space', is about long-distance calls, cats and plans.
Staying true to their dream pop roots, this songs sounds just like a dream: everything is shiny, mysterious, magical and ethereal. Filled with sugary harmonies and deep reverberations, “Baltimore” pulls you in and only lets you go when the track is over.