Isaac Dunbar is a 16-year-old singer-songwriter and producer from Barnstable, Massachusetts. Not too long ago, he released a grungy-pop tune, entitled, “Ferrari”.
Isaac Dunbar – “Ferrari” single
“Maybe if you took my lungs away, I wouldn’t breathe the air that makes me say the things that will haunt me the very next day. Maybe if you took my mouth away, zipped my lips, and throw the key away. The millions of eyes that look on me like I killed a man would finally subside. My words have turned to stone, it’s like I got a body in the back of my Ferrari that I don’t even own. I should’ve left it alone.” – lyrics
‘Ferrari’ follows Isaac Dunbar’s “woman on the hills” single.
The woeful tune contains an abstract narrative, distorted vocals, and lulling melodies which builds into an anthemic chorus. Also, the song possesses grimy instrumentation flavored with grungy guitars and heavy-hitting percussion.
The likable tune is featured on Dunbar’s debut EP, entitled, “balloons don’t float here”.
Isaac Dunbar – “balloons don’t float here” EP
‘balloons don’t float here’ blends complex sounds and atmospheric, beat-driven production to create melodic and introspective tracks.
The project is a culmination of perceptive. Also, teenage melancholy which relays the hitting subject matters of loss, longing, romance, and what used to be.
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