VHS Collection have been on a roll this year and last.

ICYMI over the weekend: New York’s own retrofuturistic band have released a new single, “Dreaming”, premiered Friday via Atwood Magazine. Showing no signs of slowing down, the single comes just a few months after VHS Collection’s debut album, Retrofuturism (2018), an ’80s fever dream which pays homage to all things ‘synth’ without feeling like a cheap rip-off. Their first single of 2019, and the follow up to their brilliant debut, “Dreaming” sees the Brooklyn-bred three piece return to their roots, albeit with a bit of a smoother feel to it.

“’Dreaming’ is a song about conquering self-doubt,” VHS Collection’s Conor Cook tells Atwood Magazine. “We rented an AirBNB in LA and set up a little home studio for three weeks in November and wrote about 20 songs, this being the first that we’ll release from those sessions. The song does feel in some ways an extension of Retrofuturism. We’re excited to be releasing this one right before our tour starts.”

The band will be embarking on their highly-anticipated Retrofuturism tour, set to begin this Tuesday Feb. 12. It takes the band through the country, ending with a night at NYC’s Irving Plaza.  “We’re excited to be releasing this one right before our tour starts,” Cook says. “We’ll be playing in 24 cities on this tournament  and will be playing ‘Dreaming’ as part of the set.” We’re excited as well.

Check the full itinerary from VHS Collection below, with tickets for all dates available here. The band has also been previously confirmed for an appearance at AEG’s Firefly Festival in Dover, DE, set for the last week of June.

VHS Collection ‘Retrofuturism‘ Tour Dates

2.12 – Nashville, TN // High Watt
2.13 – Charlotte, NC // Visulite Theatre
2.15 – Atlanta, GA // Aisle 5
2.16 – Gainesville, FL // High Dive
2.17 – Miami, FL // III Points Festival
2.21 – Austin, TX // Stubb’s
2.22 – Houston, TX // Bronze Peacock // HOB
2.23 – Dallas, TX // Club DaDa
2.26 – Phoenix, AZ // Valley Bar
2.28 – Santa Monica, CA // Constellation Room
3.1 – Los Angeles, CA // The Echoplex
3.2 – San Francisco, CA // The Independent
3.4 – Portland, OR // Holocene
3.5 – Vancouver, BC // Fox Cabaret
3.6 – Seattle, WA // Barboza
3.8 – Salt Lake City, UT // Urban Lounge
3.9 – Denver, CO // Globe Hall
3.13 – Minneapolis, MN // 7th Street Entry
3.14 – Chicago, IL // Metro
3.15 – Cleveland, OH // Grog Shop
3.16 – Toronto, ON // Radio // Adelaide Hall
3.21 – Boston, MA // Sonia’s
3.22 – Washington, DC // U Street Music Hall
3.23 – New York, NY // Irving Plaza
6.23 – Dover, DE // Firefly Music Festival