Dacian Miron “Young Punk, Mr. Rock N Roll”

Are you a fan of rock and roll music? Killer guitar solos? Early Panic! At the Disco? Then you absolutely need to check out Dacian Miron’s new song “Young Punk, Mr. Rock N Roll”! With head-banging music and contagiously energetic singing, you’ll find yourself captivated by this song in no time. The chorus can only be described as sing-along-inducing; this is the kind of song you could see yourself screaming along to in a stadium full of people. The bridge brings out an alluring guitar solo that will have any rock and roll fan on their feet and dancing. Do yourself a favor and check out “Young Punk, Mr. Rock N Roll” by Dacian Miron below.

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Dacian Nicolae Miron (born December 8, 1989) is an American singer, songwriter and musician from Tampa, Florida known as the founder and former guitarist of The August Name, a rock band out of St Petersburg, Florida. He has been in the music industry since 2008. Born in Alba Iulia, Romania, he moved to the United States with his mother when he was ten. After the band announced its split, Dacian went on to pursue a solo career. His first single “Feelin’ Dangerous” was released on July 26th, drawing influences from Frank Sinatra, Panic! At the Disco and My Chemical Romance and is currently working on on his first EP.

Five years ago, Dacian Miron‘s previous band The August Name fizzled out and left him without the drive to continue creating music. The Romanian-born artist spent those years trying to be a “real adult,” working long hours towards a career field that left him feeling uninspired. Miron fell into a state of depression and at the beginning of 2019, he decided is was time to make a big change. He withdrew a massive chunk out of his 401K and entered the studio with producer Kevin Lankford to start making music again. Today, you can hear his second solo single “Young Punk, Mr. Rock N Roll.”

The track is written about dealing with the daily struggles of getting pushed around by those who think of themselves as the greatest thing to walk this earth,” says Miron. “This tune serves as a reminder that even underdogs stand a chance in this day and age.

Miron launched is solo project in the summer of 2019 with the release of his first single “Feelin’ Dangerous.” The music video racked up 30k upon its release and is still growing everyday. “Young Punk, Mr. Rock N Roll” will be featured on Miron’s debut EP Slightly Mysterious, Somewhat Delirious, anticipated to drop in the Spring of 2020.

“For the past five years of my life all I’ve done is just focus on work and put in the man hours in order to become a productive member of our modern-day society. However, I think somewhere along the lines I lost myself, lost my drive and suddenly this person that I was becoming realized he wasn’t that happy anymore, which lead me into a deep and dark state of depression that I’m still working out of. At the beginning of 2019, I decided to get gutsy. I took a massive chunk out of my 401K in order to record some songs I’ve previously written. I didn’t know what would come of it, or if this would be a wasted effort. Fast forward to the end of 2019, I’m about to release my second standalone single in a few weeks called “Young Punk, Mr. Rock N Roll”, paving way for my first E.P in 2020 that I’ve been working on very diligently for the past year. Regardless of what comes next, I’m thankful for the old friends and new friends alike, the family and the support cast that’s been there since the very beginning. All this serves to remind everyone that life isn’t always what it’s painted out to be. There will always be obstacles that you need to overcome, but if you want something you damn well go for it”

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