Dan Romer

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Dan Romer
Dan Romer on stage with Ingrid Michaelson.
Background information
Genres Singer-songwriter, Rock, Indie
Occupation(s) Music producer, Songwriter, Film Composer
Website http://www.danromer.com/

Dan Romer is a music producer, songwriter, and film composer.[1] Currently based in Los Angeles, Dan Romer has produced artists such as Jenny Owen Youngs, April Smith and the Great Picture Show, Ingrid Michaelson, Lelia Broussard, The Woes, He Is We, Jukebox The Ghost, A Great Big World and Shawn Mendes[2]

Dan attended Purchase College and graduated from the Conservatory of Music’s studio production program in 2004.[3]

On May 16, 2011, Dan produced Jukebox The Ghost's third studio album.[4] Jukebox the Ghost's Tommy Siegel was pleased with Romer's work on the record, and American Songwriter writes that "Siegel credits him with finally capturing the band’s dynamic on record."[5]

In 2011 Dan scored his first feature film Beasts of the Southern Wild, winner of the Sundance 2012 Grand Jury prize, the Cannes 2012 Caméra d'Or award and nominated for four Oscars at the 2013 85th Academy Awards. The film was released in the US by Fox Searchlight on June 27, 2012.

Dan produced Say Something by a A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera which was released in September 2013 to critical acclaim. The single debuted at number 1 in the Billboard digital songs chart and was certified platinum as of Jan 2014.

Dan coproduced Treat You Better by Shawn Mendes which reached number 1 on the iTunes chart and number 3 on the US Top 40 pop radio charts in September 2016.

Dan is represented by Ollie Hammett at Spark Music Management.

Selected Discography[edit]


  • Death To The Tinman (2007)
  • Glory At Sea (2008)
  • Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012)
  • Walter (2013)
  • Sleepwalking In The Rift (2013)
  • The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger (2013)
  • The Last Season (2014)
  • Tomorrow We Disappear (2014)
  • Digging For Fire (2015)
  • Finders Keepers (2015)
  • Beasts of No Nation (film) (2015)
  • Jim: The James Foley Story (2016)
  • Gleason (2016)
  • Katie Says Goodbye (2016)
  • The Little Hours (2016)
  • Krystal (2016)


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