Colin Brittain

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Colin Brittain
Background information
Birth name Colin Cunningham
Also known as The D.O.C.
Born (1986-12-29) December 29, 1986 (age 31)
Origin Nashville, Tennessee
Genres Alternative rock
Occupation(s) Producer, musician
Instruments Vocals, guitar, bass, drums, percussion
Associated acts 5 Seconds of Summer, One OK Rock, Stick To Your Guns,

Colin Cunningham, professionally known as Colin Brittain, is an American singer, producer and musician. He was born in Nashville, Tennessee, on December 29, 1986.[1][2] He has written and produced for acts such as Dashboard Confessional, 5 Seconds of Summer, Stick To Your Guns, One Ok Rock, and The Beautiful Bodies.[3]

Early career[edit]

Brittain began his career playing drums in the band Oh No Fiasco.[4] Oh No Fiasco was signed to Five Seven Music where they released their debut EP, No One's Gotta Know.


Year Artist Song Album Label Credits
2016 Aimer ''insane dream'', ''closer'', ''Falling Alone'' daydream SME Records Arranger
Hello Sleepwalkers "EYES TO THE SKIES" Planless Perfection A-Sketch Producer, co-writer, co-composer
2015 Ghost Town "Evolution" Evolution
Fueled By Ramen
Producer, songwriter
Producer, co-writer, mixer
Avicii "The Nights" The Days / Nights EP
Island Records
2014 Dark Waves "Outsider" Dark Waves
Five Seven Music
Producer, co-writer, mixer
5 Seconds of Summer "Never Be", ''Tomorrow Never Dies'' 5 Seconds of Summer
Capitol Records
Additional producer, engineer, mixer
Beautiful Bodies Battles
Epitaph Records
Co-writer, additional production, engineer, mixer
2017 League of Legends "Legends Never Die"
Riot Games
Vocal producer[6]
Logan Henderson "Sleepwalker", "Bite My Tongue", "Speak of the Devil" Echoes of Departure and the Endless Street of Dreams - Pt. 1
Composer, writer, producer
2018 Hands Like Houses Anon.
Hopeless Records
Composer, writer, producer


  1. ^ "All Music Credits". Retrieved January 8, 2016.
  2. ^ "Discogs Credits". Retrieved January 8, 2016.
  3. ^ "Colin Credits". Retrieved January 8, 2016.
  4. ^ "Oh No Fiasco Interview". Retrieved January 8, 2016.
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  6. ^ "Genius credits for "Legends Never Die"". Retrieved October 20, 2017.