Houston bred/LA based singer, songwriter Trevor Daniel releases his new EP That Was Then today via ALAMO/RCA Records. Along with previously released tracks “Dadada,” “Alone” and “Fingers Crossed” with Julia Michaels, That Was Then features new tracks such as “Thirsty,” “Antisocial,” “Now We’re Done” and “Toxxxic”.
About That Was Then, Trevor says, “This project is essentially a bunch of things made throughout quarantine, inspired by the random points and emotions of where my head was throughout the year in comparison to where I’m at now….THAT WAS THEN.”
Earlier this year, Trevor released his debut album Nicotine, a ten track, tightly produced album which includes the anthemic single “Past Life” which was co-produced by Grammy winning songwriter and Billie Eillish collaborator, Finneas O’Connell. The Billboard Magazine “Chartbreaker” artist titled the album Nicotine to reflect on the addictive nature of love and heartbreak. Originally from Houston, TX, (now based in LA) Trevor became an artist to watch with the success of his melancholic trap-infused single “Falling” — which after a second boost on Tik Tok, peaked at #25 on the Hot 100 charts and in the Top 20 in over 40 countries becoming a Global artist almost overnight.
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