Having taken an extensive two-year break following the release of his 2018 album 'Emerging Adulthood', Dan Croll is now back with a pair of brand new singles.
The new tracks 'Yesterday' and 'Stay In L.A.' were produced by Matthew E. White at Spacebomb Studios in Richmond, Virginia, and are said to be the first in a string of musical couplets the frontman is planning throughout 2020, which chronologically document the results of his seismic decision to move from Liverpool to L.A.
Speaking about his new offerings, he added, "The past two years have been a rollercoaster, starting from scratch, alone in a different country, but Im so happy to have come out the other end with this collection of songs. These first two tracks really set the scene for the story of my first year in America, what I was going through mentally and physically, and how the decision to move came to light.
"Feels great not only to be back on the music scene, but to be doing it with songs that I finally feel represent the influences and music I truly love. Both of these tracks mark a fresh start, and though I'm far away from Liverpool they both still draw directly from the sounds and experiences of home."
Have a listen to both of the new singles in the player below.