Cameron Maxwell and Adam Bailey of Austin pop/EDM duo DATABOY have released the title track to their upcoming album 'Dreams are Gold,' which premieres exclusively today on PopCrush.

Maxwell and Bailey have soulful voices, and at times their work recalls some of Usher's recent club hits. 'Dreams are Gold' is a danceable song that glides along with a gentle bounce and spirited energy. The dreams in the song seem to be relationship-based, but they aren't realized, as the guys repeat the accusation, "You're a dream stealer" several times.

They sing, "Our future was together, and I thought it was forever / Yeah, it still could be that way / But everything that happened like a chemical reaction / Now I could never stay." The summer-y song fits into the musical landscape next to the likes Calvin Harris and Dr. Luke.

DATABOY are currently offering a free download of their 'Summer Now' EP to fans who like their Facebook page. The EP features five more tracks that reflect the band's style, which they describe as "synth-driven soundscapes, hard hitting beats, smooth vocals, and undeniable hooks define a new brand of fresh electronic pop."

Their debut album 'Dreams Are Gold,' which was self-written, produced and recorded in Austin, drops June 26; the title track will be featured in the upcoming film 'The Gay Dude,' starring Sarah Hyland, Megan Mullally & Nick Offerman.

Listen to DATABOY's 'Dreams are Gold'