Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real confirm “Wildest Dream” as next single; new live video debuts today

Article Contributed by Sacks and Company | Published on Friday, October 1, 2021

Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real have confirmed “Wildest Dream” as their next single to impact radio. Watch/share a new live performance video for the song—directed by Amos David McKay and filmed in Austin, TX—HERE

“Wildest Dream” is from the band’s widely acclaimed new album, A Few Stars Apart, and follows their last single, “Perennial Bloom (Back To You),” which recently reached #1 on the Americana Singles chart (listen/share HERE). Moreover, A Few Stars Apart has spent seven non-consecutive weeks at #1 on the Americana Albums chart since its release this past June (stream/purchase here).

Out now via Fantasy Records, A Few Stars Apart was produced by Grammy Award winning producer Dave Cobb and isa testament to finding a human connection: between close family and friends, as well as one’s own heart. The album was inspired by the stillness Nelson found while riding out the beginning of the pandemic with his family in Texas and was recorded with the full band live on eight-track tape over three weeks at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A. Across the record’s eleven new songs, Nelson reveals what it means to come home again, to be still, and to find community—and yourself.

 1. We’ll Be Alright
  2. Perennial Bloom (Back To You)
  3. Throwin’ Away Your Love
  4. A Few Stars Apart
  5. No Reason
  6. Leave ‘Em Behind
  7. Wildest Dream
  8. Giving You Away
  9. Hand Me A Light
10. More Than We Can Handle
11. Smile


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