Listen: S.F.'s A Million Billion Dying Suns Improve Journey's “Daydream”

Did you know that Journey released songs other than “Don't Stop Believin'”? We were amazed to learn this fact today with the release of a Journey cover by the S.F. noise peddlers A Million Billion Dying Suns. Their new song is called “Daydream,” and though Journey released a similar song with the same title in 1979, on an album called Evolution, we hesitate to imply too much similarity between the two. For one, A Million Billion Dying Suns' version thankfully includes absolutely zero Steve Perry, which is the only correct amount of Steve Perry. For another, we can listen to the A Million Billion Dying Suns version of “Daydream” without feeling like we're about to get whisked away to Mars or Alpha Centauri or wherever, whereas the original makes us a little space-sick. The song is available on orange vinyl as part of Turntable Kitchen's Pairings Box, or you can listen/download it below. Either way, thanks to A Million Billion Dying Suns for teaching us that Journey made more than one song. Now we know there are more to avoid.

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