The first preview of Bishop Briggs' full-length debut album, the British musician described this cut as "unlike anything I've ever released."
"This song scares me and I think that's what I find most liberating about it," she added. "'Dream' is about having fears and doing your best to embrace them no matter how strenuous the grip is."
Bishop Briggs penned the song with Semisonic frontman Dan Wilson, who is also a successful songwriter and producer. Briggs described Wilson as having "never rested or settled on anything inauthentic."
The song's music video shows Bishop Briggs walking through an endless house while accompanied by an ever-growing group of musicians.
"It was really important that 'Dream' kept the balance of strength and total vulnerability - which was my exact headspace when it was being written," said the singer. "It's a rare moment when you truly feel that the visual matches the words you've written on the paper but I think [director] Dano [Cerny] proves that there can be perfect harmony between the worlds."
The song was inspired by a haunted piano. "I saw this really old piano that was in the corner," Briggs explained to MTV News correspondent Gaby Wilson. "And I just told [producer Ian Scott], I was like, can you please just play some chords? Like, this is the coolest piano. There's something so dark about it, and it just seemed to be layered with ghosts."
The song featured in Fox's X-Men TV series The Gifted. It plays near the end of the season 2 episode "the dreaM," broadcast on November 27, 2018.
Ronnie Dunn wrote "Boot Scootin' Boogie" before he teamed up with Kix Brooks to form Brooks & Dunn. It was originally recorded by the country group Asleep At The Wheel, but Brooks & Dunn did it themselves when it got its own line dance.