Between 2012-2015 Deming released 3 EP’s entitled Ridiculous, Satellites, and Sunny as well as a handful of singles, the most notable of which being Crash Test Dummy, the first single from his sophomore EP. Deming started touring heavily in 2014 alongside similar teen-pop artists and amassed an impressive social media following of about a million combined accounts across major platforms.
After a whirlwind of touring in 2016, Deming decided to step away from the teen social media universe to begin a crucial transitory period in his career: the evolution from a derivative teen pop singer into a raw but polished adult artist.
From a personally turbulent 2017 arose a wealth of both continued technical development and life experience. In the wake of 2017, Deming wrote several songs that topped his previous works both sonically and conceptually. To achieve the fullest potential of these songs, he turned to the expertise of Matt Noveskey, Crash Test Dummy’s co-writer and producer, and producer/mixer Joseph Milligan. Deming’s fourth EP, a body of work dedicated to all that Deming has reflected on and experienced in his life, is being released now.