Dayglow Revisits Debut Album 'Fuzzybrain' With Two New Singles

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Something so nice, he had to do it twice. Who is he? Fun-loving musician, Dayglow. Sloan Struble, otherwise known as Dayglow revisited his debut album, Fuzzybrain, this time with two new singles. This comes just after the self-made indie rocker played his first sold-out headlining show in Los Angeles.  

After the success of the single, "Can I Call You Tonight," Dayglow quickly became an indie favorite. And he shows no signs of slowing down in the new single "Nicknames," a spunky and funky kinda reminds me of summer camp bop that has further Dayglow's presence as an artist.  

This time around he's added not only "Nicknames" but another new single called "Listerine." It's a classic indie rock song with both the chill of Real Estate and the liveliness of COIN. As usual, Dayglow adds his own whimsical twist to his music that makes us want to bang our heads a little. Plus, did we mention that the song's release comes paired with an art-house video accompaniment?

Watch the video for  "Listerine" below

Listen to Dayglow's fully-realized Fuzzybrain below:

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