Indie-pop artist, Dawson Fuss, releases new single, “Nothing Really Changes” while facing growing pains and reflecting on his childhood.
Dawson has grown up in Santa Barbara and has been singing his entire life while propelled him to pursue a career in music.
His music is influenced by artists such as Ruel, Rex Orange County and Conan Gray.
His passion for music has continued to flourish as he’s matured.
“Nothing Really Changes” is the first single to follow Dawson’s debut EP Edge of Adolescence.
The message of this single is that it focuses on the transition from childhood to adulthood.
Every listener can relate to this song no matter their age reflecting on the drastic shifts in their lives transitioning from childhood into adulthood.
Dawson was place in a singing competition, Teen Star Santa Barbara, showcasing his original song, “Real Boys Don’t Cry”.
Randy Jackson, American Idol’s own, was the judge and declared, “a star is born” after Dawson performed his original.
Reflecting on the simplicities of childhood, his music explores the topics of confusion and challenges of trying to balance being a kid and becoming an adult.
Continuing to develop his unique voice and passion for music, this is only the beginning for the indie-pop artist.
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