Power of Dreams have shared a song from their new EP "Baby Boy" which is out March 11th. Featuring new material, re-workings of old classics and some previously unreleased POD material, Baby Boy is a poignant time capsule from one of Ireland's most enigmatic bands.
Power of Dreams resurfaced in 2021 with their first new studio album - Ausländer, since 1994’s Become Yourself. Ausländer was a long-awaited companion piece to the band’s debut album, Immigrants, Emigrants and Me, that saw them signed to Polydor Records and hurtling them into international prominence. POD’s first album was also the subject of a recent documentary by 2FM’s Dan Hegarty.
Ausländer gave POD some well-received radio hits including ‘Do it’ and "Across The Shannon", while sparking interest in a considerable back catalogue and calls for the band to return to the live scene. Over the years the band have all continued with various musical projects, both studio and live, with frontman and main songwriter, Craig Walker, just nominated for a Canadian Academy Nomination for Best Original Song
Craig Walker on lead single"Baby Boy": "It was important for us to release something different sounding, after Ausländer. I could imagine Baby Boy playing in the background of a David Lynch movie. It has a bit of an unhinged vibe to it. 32 years after receiving a BB King album from Bono before we played a show at the SFX in Dublin, we finally acknowledge BB King and the importance of the blues in music. "