Dylan Fraser’s ‘2030 Revolution’ Leans Into A Fear Of Finding Purpose

[Cover photo credit to Ho Hai Tran]

Dark Pop Scottish artist Dylan Fraser has released his third EP, 2030 Revolution via Asylum/Atlantic including previously-released tracks “Vampire” featuring Alaska Reid, “It Took A Lot To Get To This” and “Apartment Complex On The Eastside” co-written by Samia. Fraser has also shared the video for the EP’s title track.

2030 Revolution was produced by Fraser’s long-time collaborator Jonah Summerfield and Ivor Novello-nominated Rob Milton (Holly Humberstone, Easy Life), and explores a “fear of finding purpose”, addressing the uncertainties we face in modern life.

Photographer Credit: Ho Hai Tran

In October, Fraser will play Neighbourhood Festival in Manchester, UK and Live at Leeds. He has previously supported Inhaler and Holly Humberstone on their UK tours, released two previous EPs, The Storm and The World Isn’t Big When You Know How It Works, and received praise from Sir Elton John and Sam Smith, as well as Clara Amfo, Jack Saunders and Zane Lowe.

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