After a semi-successful yet unfulfilling career in his previous band, The August Name, Romanian-born singer-songwriter Dacian Miron is back, ready to take on the music world on his own terms. In the first twelve months of his newfound solo career, Dacian has released two singles, 'Feelin' Dangerous' and 'Young Punk, Mr. Rock 'N' Roll', each with their own accompanying music videos and a sound sure to appeal to fans of early 2000s rock, with influences from My Chemical Romance and Panic! At The Disco, equally as much as those of Michael Jackson and Frank Sinatra.
Currently working on his debut album, Something Mysterious, Somewhat Delirious, Dacian is experimenting further with elements of electronic rock to create a sound that is entirely his own. While eagerly awaiting Something Mysterious, Somewhat Delirious, I met with Dacian to discuss just what fans can expect from his much-anticipated album, including his favourite tracks on the record, a surprise feature from Sleeping with Sirens' Kellin Quinn, and hopes for a post-COVID album tour. Watch the full interview here.