2020 was considered a big year Isaac Dunbar.
Pop Wunderkind — which made waves for the first time in late 2018 with “Freshman Year”, a song he wrote at just 14 years old — was not only putting the finishing touches on his second EP, Isaac Bugs, But is preparing to begin its first tour across the US and Europe. And then, okay, we don’t have to tell you what happened next.
The EP still arrived as planned in April, but the epidemic put their tour plans in an indefinite hold. With a sudden clear calendar, he did what most artists had done during these volatile past 12 months and got to work on new material. Enter evil twin, His third EP released before his 18th birthday. (He will hit that milestone. March 17)
Isaac told E, “I composed most of the songs during quarantine!” News about the new collection of tunes, which dropped on February 19. “It’s just a mix of pop music and experimental music and the things that I’m really right now. I’m very excited to hear it for my fans, and for new listeners to discover it as well.”