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Dan Croll

Born: 18 / 7 / 1990

Location: United Kingdom

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Dan Croll

Daniel Francis Croll (born 18 July 1990) is a British singer-songwriter. He is known for songs including "From Nowhere," "Compliment Your Soul," "Home," and "Yesterday." Often associated with indie pop and folktronica, his work also spans genres such as indie folk, rock music, and 1970s-style R&B and soft rock. He began his career in 2011 when he was named Songwriter of the Year by the Musicians' Benevolent Fund while attending the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. His debut single, "From Nowhere," was released in 2012 and achieved commercial success. Croll followed it with 2014's Sweet Disarray, a full-length album released by Deram Records/Decca Records (UK) and Capitol Records (US). Since that time, he has released a number of works with Communion Music including the studio albums Emerging Adulthood (2017), Grand Plan (2020), and Fools (2023), as well as the EP On Top (2021). He moved from Liverpool to the United States in 2018 but returned to England in 2023.

Albums

2014 Sweet Disarray
2017 Emerging Adulthood
2020 Grand Plan
2023 Fools

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