American pop artist Isaac Dunbar just released his highly awaited Balloons Don’t Float Here EP, following a string of singles over the last year. Lifted from his new EP comes the single ferrari, a slight departure from his preceding offering woman on the hills by veering towards grungy guitars, a heavy hitting percussion, and distorted vocals.
At the ripe age of just 16, the artist displays a maturity and songwriting panache far beyond his years evidenced with his latest single. The blend of lulling melodies building into razor sharp choruses would sit comfortably alongside the catalogue of alternative indie titans The Neighbourhood with the fresh offering of a newcomer such as Oli Fox.
Listen to Ferrari below
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