Fast rising multi-instrumentalist dance producer and singer songwriter Daniel Blume releases his debut EP’ ‘You Gave Me A Title I Made A Song’ today.
Written and produced by Daniel himself, ‘You Gave Me A Title I Made A Song’ is a four track EP. Also, it’s born out of Daniel’s online content series of the same name. To clarify, it gives insight into the behind-the-scenes process of producing new tracks in under an hour. In addition, it’s based on fan suggestions.
The release of this EP gives the most popular tracks and fan favourites from the series ‘Kardashian’, ‘Quarantine’, ‘Rollercoaster Love’ and ‘Supermodel’ a full commercial release and underline’s his exceptional talents as a producer and a compelling frontman.
ABOUT DANIEL BLUME
Described as ‘Dublin’s answer to Calvin Harris after swapping classical training for electronic sad songs that bang (Sunday Times Culture), Daniel has climbed Shazam, Spotify & airplay charts across the country. His already impressive portfolio of tracks; include global smash and Cheat Codes collaboration ‘Who’s Got Your Love’ which has over 70 million global streams topping the US Billboard Dance charts, and recent singles ‘Nights Like This’, ‘Catch Feelings’ & ‘Heartbreaker’ which continue to cement his reputation as one of the most exciting breaking artists in his native Ireland.
Quickly becoming an artist on everyone lips, Daniel continues to gain a number of convincing accolades internationally; from co-producing the latest Ella Henderson single ‘Take Care Of You’ and co writing the recent Cheat Codes release ‘No Time’ with Whizz Khalifa & Prince$$ ROSIE, to going on tour with Jax Jones, and being named ‘One To Watch’ by MTV, Official Charts and RTE 2FM.
Given his talent for creating modernist dance, Blume’s background might come as a surprise. His classical training began as a child when he earned a place at the world-renowned Yehudi Menuhin School. He studied guitar and piano, his education funded via a scholarship set up by The Rolling Stones. At the age of 15 he won the BBC’s Young Composer of the Year award. Therefore, a glittering career in the world of classical music seemed to be his destiny. But by that point, Blume was already enamoured by the world of electronic music. Martin Garrix’s ‘Animals’ being the track that rewrote his future.
With a series of new releases confirmed throughout this year; it’s only a matter of time before his insistent earworms become chart-bound anthems.