Los Angeles-based artist and producer Danny Dwyer shares new song, “Summertime”


Today, Danny Dwyer shares his latest single, “Summertime,” a hyper-pop anthem that tackles heartbreak head-on. Danny explains, “It’s a song about the last moments of a breakup. It’s the denial that comes just before acceptance. It’s lying up all night replaying the memories in your head and knowing you don’t. You’ll never feel those things again. It’s a call to pray that might change, but knowing that’s not what’s best for both of you.”

He continued: “It’s also about guilt, I was thinking a lot about that poem ‘the telltale heart’ when I did this where the guy thinks he hears someone’s heartbeat he murdered under the floor I’ve been through a lot of guilt when relationships change and I blame myself for not being able to control how I feel It always creates a vicious circle and I think this song is where that cycle gets out of control.

With roots in hip hop and alternative rock, the Missouri-born, Los Angeles-based artist-producer grew up balancing his time between dirt bikes, guitars and Ableton. After racking up streams during SoundCloud’s heyday, his heat-seeking ears landed him big time attention and a one-way ticket to Hollywood.

There, he locked himself in a downtown loft and threw his mad scientist mind at every DAW and instrument within striking distance. Danny has previously been featured in playlists such as Spotify’s Lorem, Mellow Morning, Mellow Mood, Fresh Finds and Alternative R&B, and Apple’s INDIY, Day One, and has recently collaborated with Billy Lemos, RAC, Maria Isabel, Benny Sings and MILK.

Listen to the new single here.


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