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Debbii Dawson Set to Explore 'How To Be Human' on Her New EP, Out June 28

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June 19, 2024

Debbii Dawson's new EP, "How To Be Human," drops on June 28, promising a soulful mix of indie pop and country folk.

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ebbii Dawson is poised to make a significant impact with her new EP, "How To Be Human," which is set to release on June 28. The anticipation surrounding this release highlights Dawson's evolution as an artist, blending her indie pop and country folk with deep, introspective themes.

Born in Minnesota in 1996, Dawson's early exposure to music came from her father, David, who taught himself music, and her mother, Sharon, a pianist. This familial influence set her on a path to musical exploration from a young age. Her journey began with performances at local events, which eventually led her to Los Angeles to pursue a full-time music career.

Dawson first gained widespread attention during her audition on the 17th season of "America's Got Talent" in 2022. Her soulful rendition of ABBA's "Dancing Queen" earned her a standing ovation and unanimous "Yes" votes from the judges, despite not advancing past the Wildcard Vote. This performance significantly boosted her visibility and marked the start of her rise in the music industry.

Her YouTube channel, which she started in 2016, showcases a mix of covers and original songs, attracting over 100,000 subscribers and millions of views. Her debut EP, "Learning," released in 2023, includes notable tracks like "Eulogy For Nobody" and "Even If It Kills Me," establishing her as a formidable presence in the indie music scene.

In 2024, Dawson released two singles, "Happy World" and "Turn the TV On," which are part of her upcoming EP. "Happy World," released on April 19, 2024, blends '80s disco with modern pop, exploring the theme of maintaining a facade of happiness while grappling with inner turmoil. The single is praised for its catchy hooks and emotional depth. "Turn the TV On," released on May 24, 2024, is a guitar-driven ballad that delves into escapism, using the metaphor of turning on the TV to avoid facing harsh realities. This song is part of her upcoming EP, "How To Be Human."

Dawson's performances have been well-received at various venues and festivals. Gearing up for the album release, Debbii joined Orville Peck on the "Stampede Tour" with concerts across Minnesota, North Carolina, Georgia, Ohio, and other states. Her growing fanbase is reflected in her strong social media presence and the increasing number of followers on platforms like Bandsintown.

Despite her rising fame, Dawson remains private, often keeping details about her personal life away from the public eye. Her music reflects her experiences with racism and personal challenges, adding depth and authenticity to her work.

As the release date for "How To Be Human" approaches, fans eagerly anticipate the new insights and musical directions Dawson will explore. This EP promises to be a compelling addition to her discography, showcasing her growth as an artist and her ability to connect with listeners on a profound level.

For more information on Debbii Dawson's music and tour dates, you can visit her official website or follow her updates on social media platforms.

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