Daybreaker is a morning dance community of 500,000+ members in 28 cities around the world that inspires humans to start their day unlike any other—by waking up and dancing. If you’ve ever been to an event, then you know that this experience is unlike any other.
They’re known bringing people together for sober morning dance parties in the most iconic locations around the world – the White House, World Trade Center, Smithsonian Museum, The Sydney Opera House. After shuttering their IRL experiences for 14 months, on the heels of a 9-sold out stadium tour with Oprah and WW in early 2020 –they’re officially back at it.
It’s an exciting time for this movement and they’ve now teamed up with talented songwriters, The Brothers Koren, for what is an uplifting, momentous single, “Joy Generation“. Channeling the likes of Mumford And Sons, MGMT, along with Aloe Blacc and Avicci tones, “Joy Generation” is an infectious single that can’t help but want to put a smile on your face and start your day off right.
Female led Daybreaker founder Radha Agrawal explains the unique creative process that made this song so special:
“In March 2020 we began a new experiment hosting dance parties from our living room. We ended up serving over 200K people in 112 countries to dance and invite joy into their homes during the height of the pandemic, when spirits needed it the most.
We asked our community members to stick around after to write our new Daybreaker anthem with us. 350+ community members stayed to attempt something never done before: to lace together a song while miles apart, expressing the palpable anticipation of a return to IRL. We longed for an anthem that would take us out of the darkness and into a new more hopeful generation.
The Brothers Koren masterfully shepherded us through the process of co-creating the song. Someone would spontaneously unmute themselves and provide a note, then another, and another: ideas. phrases, lyrics floated across the web. We jammed, we cried, we laughed…And then suddenly, we had an anthem, freeing and naming us: The Joy Generation.“
Listen to “Joy Generation” below!