With a refreshing and upbeat sound, Dayglow is a true representation of the artistic expressions coming out of Austin. Born in Fort Worth, but based in our lovely city, 20-year-old Sloan Struble’s music has been described as “The Antidote for Dark Pop”. His debut album Fuzzybrain gets real on the topic of emotional pain and turns it into contagious optimism, which explains how he quickly gained widespread attention after the album’s release in the fall of 2018, the day before he was set to start school at Austin’s well-known University of Texas. After the album reached a considerable amount of streams, he chose to pursue his music exclusively over school. This distinctive feel-good artist is just getting started!
Struble creates music solely for the purpose of bringing people together through empathy and compassion and he appears to be on the right path through his humble manifestation. He wrote and produced the album on his own, displaying his homemade approach in the creation of Fuzzybrain.
The young artist will be performing at The Parish on Friday, March 27th and, due to popular demand, another show the following day on the 28th. Having such a large fan base in Austin, it’s no surprise that both shows are already sold out. If you aren’t one of the lucky ones who will get to be there this time, don’t sweat it! Dayglow is no stranger to the Austin music scene and will surely be playing at a venue near you again soon.
KUTX Presents: Dayglow Spring Tour 2020
Friday, March 27 & Saturday, March 28, 2020
Doors open: 8:00pm
Shows start: 9:00pm
214 E 6th St.
Austin, TX 78701
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