In 2017 he released his introspective and atmospheric debut album 'Panic Town'. Now independent and in full control, Dickson had returned to his roots of a more classic-singer songwriter style, adding a darker and more grungy sound.
Having been part of the London music scene for a long time, he began to grow restless and the decision was made to record a brand new album (Blood Street) and to relocate to Berlin. Inspired by his love of Portishead and Neil Young, Dickson produced and recorded the songs himself and moved to Berlin in September 2018.
This new collection of deeply personal songs reflect upon Dickson’s relationship with his hometown, his desire to continue to follow wherever his music takes him and the insecurities that arise throughout
this journey. Blood Street was released on 4/10/19.
In 2020, whilst in isolation, Dickson was inspired to write his latest single ‘Touch over Distance,’ about the feeling of responsibility during these difficult times and how the loss of human interaction can affect our relationships.