Hailing from the UK, buzz-worthy Alt-Pop artist Dylan Fraser has recently unveiled his highly-anticipated 3rd EP, "2030 Revolution", and it is more than worth a listen. Over the last couple of years, Fraser has gone from hometown favorite to artist-to-watch by delivering a never ending stream of stand-out releases that seem to undoubtedly be catching on.
With an engaged fanbase and millions of streams already secured, Dylan Fraser seems to be right on the cusp to catching on in a major way. With more high-profile shows being lined up every day, he has already appeared on Jack Saunders’ BBC Radio 1 show and played numerous UK festivals, including Barn on the Farm, where Dylan shared the stage with Holly Humberstone, JP Saxe and Maisie Peters. With an undeniable knack for penning tunes that connect with the masses, Dylan Fraser seems to fit right into the mainstream while also skating the edge with a fresh, genre-bending allure all his own.
Driven by the success of the projects previously released singles, "Vampire’", "It Took A Lot To Get To This", and "Apartment Complex On The Eastside", Dylan Fraser kicks his new EP up another notch with the addition of title track, "2030 Revolution". Produced by Dylan’s long-time collaborator Jonah Summerfield and Ivor Novello-nominated Rob Milton (Holly Humberstone, Easy Life), the new tune brings a driving-yet somber feel that features hazy synths and industrial soundscapes that perfectly compliment Fraser's delicate yet dynamic vocals. Delivered along with an official video, this final single helps to close out a stellar 4-track offering that only helps to further prove his talent to anyone who happens to stumble across his catalog.
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