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Douglas Dare in Poznań, 22 February 2015.
|Born||6 June 1990|
|Genres||Art pop, Chamber Pop|
Douglas is the son of a piano teacher and he studied music at The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. He is openly gay and has a drag persona under the name of Visa Reasons. Douglas released his debut EP, Seven Hours on Erased Tapes in 2013 and toured Europe with label mate Ólafur Arnalds. He released his debut album Whelm May 12, 2014 on Erased Tapes and supported label mate Nils Frahm on his North American Tour. In October 2016 he released his second full-length Aforger on Erased Tapes.
|#||EP Name||EP Info||Tracklisting|
|1st||Seven Hours EP||
|2nd||Caroline / If Only EP||
|#||Album Name||Album Info||Tracklisting|
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- Douglas Dare EP track Lungful premiere on Mary Anne Hobbs BBC6 Music Show
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