Rising Scottish artist Dylan Fraser new Brilliant Single “Supersnonic” from Upcoming EP “The World Isn’t Big When You Know How It Work“
The new single “Supersonic” will feature on his soon-to-be-released second EP, The World Isn’t Big When You Know How It Works, out September 17th through Asylum/Atlantic.
Hot off the heels from supporting Holly Humberstone at London’s Omeara on Monday evening, genre-abandoning Dylan Fraser channels industrial soundscapes on latest track drop ‘Supersonic’; a song that finds the Bathgate-born artist channeling his anxieties and thought process. The track follows on from his summer releases,’ I’d Rather Be Here’’ and ‘Nightmare’, which also feature on the new EP.
Speaking about the forthcoming project upon its announcement a few months’ back, Dylan said “The new EP finds me destructing experiences in my life, be that relationships, anxiety or the weight of the world. Nobody prepares you for growing up; you have to figure it out as you go, and these seven tracks are a representation of my life in real time, doing just that.”
Following the release of his debut EP ‘The Storm’ last October, the 19-year-old quickly became a talking point amongst music royalty such as Sir Elton John and Sam Smith, and made waves amongst radio vanguards: Annie Mac, Jack Saunders and Zane Lowe. The EP – now surpassing seven million streams – launched with his feverish debut ‘Vipers’, which later earned a sync on the FIFA 21 Soundtrack.