Dominic Fike’s Forthcoming Sophomore Album ‘Sunburn’ Is Inspired by the State of Florida
The Jim-E Stack-produced LP is scheduled to drop in July.
Three years after releasing his debut LP What Could Possibly Go Wrong, Dominic Fike has taken the world by storm. From performing at Coachella to appearing in season two of HBO’s Euphoria, at 27 years old, the singer is just getting started.
This July, Fike will return with a sophomore album entitled Sunburn. The project was created in his home of Florida and sees him reflect on the state’s environment and culture.
For the LP, Fike was joined in the studio by drummer Henry Kwapis, bassist Devon Workman and producer Jim-E Stack. Fans got their first taste of the narrative-driven Sunburn on “Dancing In The Courthouse.”
On Friday, May 26, Fike will return with this second release from the project, “Ant Pile.”
Dominic Fike’s Sunburn is out in full on July 7. In the meantime, “Dancing In The Courthouse” everywhere now.
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