Dacian Miron

Dacian Miron


Genres:  EmoRockPop Rock

Plug in your hair straightener, dust off your Vans, and stuff your thighs into the tightest jeans you can find. Dacian Miron, a native of Tampa, Florida, is bringing back your #emo days, sending you into a spiral of young adult angst. At age 16, Dacian started covering Blink-182 and Sum 41 songs in his bedroom by strumming on an old Yamaha acoustic guitar his mom bought him. A year later, he got his first electric guitar and at age 18 formed his first pop punk band Another Tragic Case (a clever play on a New Found Glory song). To spare you the details, they sucked. At age 21, he finally decided to get serious about something in life and the business side of music and formed The August Name. Shortly after the formation, they release their first self titled E.P with Lee Dyes of Earthsound Recordings, who has worked with names such as Mayday Parade, Go Radio and I SET MY FRIENDS ON FIRE. The band went on to play shows with notable artists including AWOLNATION and Hawthorne Heights and went on a few cross country tours. In 2012, the band started seeing issues and solo work first crept into Dacian’s mind. He released his first solo song in 2013 for the music video A Place Between the Ocean and the Stars but then immediately took a hiatus to learn how to style his hair and deal with personal issues. Dacian didn’t stay out of the game for too long as only a year later, Scott Vallina of ex-Not Tonight Josephine asked him to join the band and go on a promotional tour for their new record Common Gold which had been featured in magazines such as Alternative Press. Following the tour, Dacian was fully ready to pursue the solo career. Fast forward to now where Dacian has been working on his first solo E.P "Slightly Mysterious Somewhat Delirious" set to be released later this year. Pulling inspiration from the 60's and Sinatra, 80's sounds such as Journey and Motley Crue, 90's Disco, and 2000's emo jams like Panic! At the Disco, My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy and just about anyone who’s had a set on Warped Tour, this release is sure to spark your interest no matter your niche and prove to your mom once and for all that this wasn’t just a phase.

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