London-based singer-songwriter and pianist Douglas Dare grew up in the small coastal town of Bridport in South West England.
In a digital age where memories are mimicked by pixels and identity is as malleable as static, Douglas Dare’s most recent album Aforger questions the boundaries between reality and fiction. Inspired by recent events and revelations encountered in his life these songs depict Dare at his most vulnerable, whilst simultaneously reflecting our own obsession with reality and technology back at us. Aforger was produced by long-time collaborator Fabian Prynn, mixed by Paul Gregory of Lanterns On The Lake and mastered at the iconic Abbey Road Studios. In the following conversation Douglas strips back the personal journeys and realisations which preceded its recording.