Dawson Fuss Shares New Single ‘Nothing Really Changes’

California-based, fast-rising indie-pop singer and songwriter Dawson Fuss has just shared his brand new single Nothing Really Changes, the first single to follow his debut EP Edge of Adolescence
I am a fan of his expressive, passionate vocal delivery which glides beautifully over the upbeat indie-pop production. Nothing Really Changes shares a message about the transition from childhood to adulthood and the struggles that follow. We spend our youth longing for the day we become adults, thinking we'll be free at last but being an adult isn't that liberating or exciting as we imagined. This relatable message is wrapped around a captivating production that incorporates strong guitar riffs nicely intertwined with steady percussion that create an overall warm atmosphere for his storytelling to soar. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Dawson Fuss said, 
I grew up believing that as soon as I blew out the candles on my 18th birthday, the shackles of childhood would be broken…The problems I’d faced previously didn’t magically disappear, yet in reality, they became larger and more pressing. I realized I took advantage of the benefits of being a kid and living in a world of ignorance that now, being out of the bubble, I wish I could crawl back in and live in that blissful place.