Rebounder is the project of New York City native producer and writer Dylan Chenfeld, with his brother Noah Chenfeld. Joined by Cobey Arner and Zack Kantor, Rebounder has toured with the likes of The Neighbourhood, Dayglow, and Cautious Clay, and gained praise from NME, DIY, and Notion.
Rebounder’s debut track 'Japanese Posters' just broke nine million streams on Spotify, with the project now boasting more than 450,000 monthly listeners with very few songs out. Their single 'Boy Friday' is self-produced and written, and the song boasts a video shot in Los Angeles starring Chris Black as the brothers’ LA spiritual tour guide. The video was directed by Ben Klein (Sundance 2022 winner).
Their latest single 'Factoury Girl' is the leading single to the band's upcoming EP 'Sundress Songs'. The track is a self-produced anthem dedicated to the nonstop dreamers that work tirelessly to keep their ambitions alive.
Mixed at The Neighbourhood’s 'The Factoury' studio in Los Angeles, the track is a self-produced anthem dedicated to the nonstop dreamers that work tirelessly to keep their ambitions alive. Dylan of the band confides, "I was inspired by a friend of mine who is working to be an actor, who works two jobs, truly 9-5, then 5-9. Factoury Girl is a song about how amazing I think they are."
Directed by Jimmy Giannopoulos, the music video for 'Factoury Girl' follows New York icon and actress Annie Hamilton as she puts a chaotic spin on waiting tables.
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