Xavier Dunn gets colourful on his new single/video, Isic Tutor

Xavier Dunn gets colourful on his new single/video, Isic Tutor

After collaborating with names including Jack River, Carmada and Nina Las Vegas, the Sydney musician is set to break out on his own terms in 2018.

While his name may not be familiar to everyone, his music sure is. Sydney's Xavier Dunn has been behind some of the biggest Australian songs of the past year, from Jack River's Fool's Gold and Fault Line to crashing bangers from SUPER CRUEL (November, feat. Lisa Mitchell), Nina Las Vegas (Deserts), and Carmada (Embrace, which features Dunn on vocals), with the musician adding his Midas touch to each of these songs and more through his in-demand talents as a songwriter, vocalist and more. In 2018, Dunn is set to soar under his own terms, kicking off the year with the release of Isic Tutor, his long-awaited returning single. It's a subtle and delicate track, with Dunn's soft vocals crooning over an ambient production which balances somewhere between the worlds of warping, glitchy electronica and smooth indie-pop. It's an absolute earworm too – something expected from Dunn considering his relation to many other earworms from the past few years – bringing together his talents in classically-trained instrumentation and forward-thinking electronic production to create a moment of beauty in his 2018 debut. Check out the video's colourful video below, and be sure to keep an eye on Xavier Dunn as he continues to shine in 2018.

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