Young trailblazing artist Isaac Dunbar returns with his new single “Bleach” via RCA Records. Listen HERE.
His first release since last year’s “Celebrate” and the critically acclaimed evil twin EP, which solidified Dunbar’s position as a much-watch talent of the next generation, “Bleach” marks a new era for the boundary-pushing musician. Written and produced by Dunbar, “Bleach” is a euphoric and vibrant tour de force that revels in the act of rebellion. Propelled by his poignant lyricism and musical bravado, “Bleach” is a personal and joyous pop offering that kickstarts the next phase of Dunbar’s sonic evolution.
Says Dunbar of the track, “‘Bleach’ feels as though it’s my first single. I’ve taken a lot of time to hibernate and cultivate my sound these past couple of months, now I’m finally ready to let everyone into my world.”
About Isaac Dunbar:
18-year-old Isaac Dunbar has carved out a spectacular and unique lane as one of the most critically heralded emerging artists of his generation. After supporting girl in red on her North American and European run of shows in 2019, he released his highly anticipated debut EP balloons don’t float here. It garnered the attention of notable tastemakers like Zane Lowe, The FADER, Hypebeast, and Lyrical Lemonade, who called it “a display of pop mastery.” Hailing from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, his music melds complex sounds and atmospheric, beat-driven production to create melodic and introspective tracks with potent hooks. He makes lush, synth-driven music, which he writes, performs, and produces himself.
In 2020, with his newly inked deal with RCA Records, he released his critically acclaimed EP isaac’s insects, which garnered over 48 million streams worldwide. Billboard called it a “stunning major label debut” and led his track “makeup drawer” to be featured in NPR’s “Best Music of 2020” list. His third EP evil twin was released at the top of 2021 and saw support from the likes of Earmilk, who declared it a “defiant pop record,” along with features in PAPER Magazine, SPIN, American Songwriter, E! News, and more, while amassing over 38 million streams worldwide. Last fall, Dunbar hit the road on his first-ever North American headlining tour, which included a sold-out show in New York and a performance at the All Things Go Festival in Washington, DC. With new music to come in 2022, Dunbar’s future shines brighter than ever before.