ALTERNATIVE POP BAND BACHELOR PARTY RELEASE THEIR SINGLE “DESIGNATED DREAMER”

New up and coming band Bachelor Party based out of San Antonio, Texas released a pop rock banger “Designated Dreamer” back in October. The song starts off stating a breakup has occurred, however the desire of wanting to get back together is very prominent. It starts off with lyrics stating lead singer, Cooper Smart is barely sober. He then goes on to repeat the same lyrics, which I think is a perfect symbolism of the forgetfulness. Forgetting how he already mentioned that the relationship is over, not being sober then repeating the cycle again digging up the constant pain. He shares his dreams, desires of wanting to travel the world and have that picture perfect relationship. There is even a reference of riding a magic carpet like Aladdin and Jasmine. The vocals remind me of Adam Lambert with the rasp, the range and strength Cooper holds especially right before the end with his long note to close out the song. Designated Dreamer is catchy with great guitar riffs, awesome drumming with layers of instrumental.

Bachelor Party have created a sound of their own gaining followers quickly especially with this being a recent single. Cooper smart not only provides vocals but dabbles in the instrumental side. He has been writing and performing for over 14 years. Up on drums is Ruben Rapalo with 12 years of writing and indulging in multiple music genres. Their debut single was “Leavemealone” that hit the ground running with its pained versus and poppy upbeat chorus.

Check out Designated Dreamer down below!

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