The name Eflorem has been a familiar EDM group since their debut single in 2019. Their latest project has made them a recognizable entity not just in the EDM circuit, but for the masses as well. After dropping several singles and a remix, Eflorem continue on their hot streak with another track that takes their listeners back to Eflorem’s original sounds and it’s called “Dreams.”
“Dreams” is a fantastic composition that starts off with a sequence of auto-tuned vocals that set the tone for the synth-filled track. After creating a masterful breakdown (as they always do), Eflorem bring the heat with an action-packed chorus that transcends the ultimate trap ambiance, which is so familiar to Eflorem’s signature sound.
The pair, Heather Worden and Dewey McManus, have been making music since their childhoods and they started collaborating together in their college days in Boston. Since the inception of Eflorem in 2013, the talented duo have been putting out EDM classics and working with some of the biggest networks on television as high-level post audio engineers. Eflorem have collaborated with the likes of History Channel, Roger TV and Deep End Radio.