Growing up in the town of Barnstable on Cape Cod, Dunbar was bullied for being different. “I was nine years old and cocooned in my bed scouring the Internet for new music.” When he was 10, he found a list of producers Gaga worked with on Art Pop. One of them was French house producer Madeon. “I saw that he had this program called FL Studio,” he recalls. “I illegally downloaded it at a Barnes & Noble in Hyannis, Massachusetts.” At 12, Dunbar began posting his own songs on Soundcloud and slowly building an audience.
Since then Dunbar has signed with RCA Records and relished Zane Lowe premiering “Pharmacy” on his Beats 1 show. He’s toured the US, Europe, and the UK supporting Girl In Red, announced a spring US/EU/UK headline tour, and is now releasing singles in anticipation of his second EP release.