Today, songwriter/producer Daniel Loumpouridis shares the music video for “Voicemail” via Earmilk—share via Youtube—off his upcoming solo debut, Fall & Fixture, out this FridayNovember 15Pre-order Fall & Fixture at Bandcamp.

Touching upon his motivation for the track, Daniel said, “As an indie kid who’s always been obsessed with hip-hop, ‘Voicemail’ was my first foray into applying lessons that I’ve learned from both genres in one song. Though my production has always been influenced by rap, this is the first time it really came out so obviously in my songwriting. Lyrically, ‘Voicemail’ is a manic attempt at understanding the dissolution of a relationship – the aftermath in which there’s an intense desire to communicate as well as the near primal need to shut the other person out.”

A unique sonic palette of rich emotional depth, Fall & Fixture was announced with “Not December” featuring and co-written by Freddy Kennett of Louis The Child, along with companion track “November“.

Having only two of decades of life experiences behind him, Daniel Loumpouridis has reached milestones in his early career normally achieved through much longer, established paths. At age 17, his first writing credit, Louis The Child’s “It’s Strange (feat. K.Flay)”, garnered over sixty million streams and multiple features including placements on the FIFA 16 soundtrack, Netflix’s hit show Dear White People, and a national Nissan automotive ad campaign. While further honing his talents at the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music, Loumpouridis continued creating a world of production and writing credits with artists like Louis the ChildNick Leng and ZOLA. Now he is stepping forward with his own LP, revealing an aesthetic voice not heard in today’s music landscape.