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Dream to Make Believe

Armor for Sleep

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Album Review

This 11-song album from Armor For Sleep showcases another band partaking in the propagation of the emo movement. And like many of the acts involved with this genre, slight variations have been made to the sound so as to distinguish them from the rest of the pack, but overall things aren't dramatically different. That's not to say that what's here isn't good. This four-piece has a darker style while still keeping a pop structure on much of their material. They do a capable job of combining Hum-like dark space rock with The Get Up Kids-flavored emo-pop. The vocals are reminiscent of John Ralston from Legends of Rodeo, with a plain-spoken, honest delivery, and the lyrics tend to dwell on subjects like time-travel, dreams, and space, which make for an interesting, open-ended take on interpretation. The utilization of hooks and some good lyrics are key and come in at the right places, making Dream To Make Believe a pleasant and refreshing take on a somewhat clogged genre.

Customer Reviews

Dream to Make Believe

Armor's best album in my opinion.


At of all the albums I have heard, this is the one that I feel is the best since it is more personal and deep. It is just so good. I love this one forever.

the best album I own.

Definitely the most amazing album I've come to know. Every time I hear the opening notes of the title track, it's like a breath of fresh air. I rarely get this feeling from any artist I listen to. But when I do, I know I'm listening to an awesome band.

Literally every song on here is incredible, but my favorites are: Being Your Walls, My Town, The Wanderers Guild, Raindrops, and Slip Like Space.


Formed: 2002 in Nj

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Armor for Sleep's emotionally charged lyrics, energetic live shows, and D.I.Y. work ethic have won the New Jersey-based quartet a loyal fan base. Singer/songwriter/guitar player Ben Jorgensen began writing songs the summer before his freshman year at college, and recorded two of them at a local studio. Weary of playing all of the instruments himself, the self-admitted recluse found kindred spirits in bassist Anthony Dilonno and cousins Nash Breen (drums) and P.J. DeCicco (guitar). Buzz for the newly...
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