Dominic Fike Announces New Album ‘Sunburn’


Dominic Fike will release her long-awaited sophomore album “Sunburn” on July 7 via Columbia Records.

The album includes the singer’s first single, “Dancing in the Courthouse,” which debuted in April before her Coachella performance, and “Ant Pile,” which she premiered at the festival and will officially release on Friday.

“Sunburn” is currently available for pre-order and will be released on CD and vinyl in special editions. Fike made fun of the album. Trailer Posted to social media.

The 14-track album is produced by Jim-E-Stack, and Fike’s band includes drummer Henry Kwapis (Dijon) and bassist Devon Workman.

According to a press release describing the album, the album consists of songs on “heartbreak and regret, addiction, sex and jealousy”.

The printmaker continues, “’Sunburn’ doesn’t give listeners loud words from a superstar. Instead, he offers painful and vulnerable accounts of a young artist still growing and doing his best. Someone who returns home to discover himself once more, finds the right words in small rooms, casts timeless spells to close this last chapter of his life, and opens the door to a much brighter future.

Fike rose to fame with her 2018 album “Don’t Forget About Me Demos” featuring her debut single “3 Nights”. Her first feature film debut, 2020’s “What Could Probably Go Wrong?” fused hip-hop, alternative rock and soulful pop.

In recent years, Fike has turned to acting, joining HBO’s hit series “Euphoria” in its second season, and starring in A24’s “Earth Mama.”

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