Drawn to The Sky Aims to Keep Listeners On Their Toes and Is Prepping The Release Of New Singles For 2022

In recent years, the multitalented Los Angeles-based musician Dustin Gill, who performs under the stage name Drawn To The Sky, has proven himself as a true up-and-coming artist. As someone who writes, performs, and produces all of his own music, Drawn To The Sky has melded a style all his own that pulls from his wide array of pop-punk, rock, and hip-hop influences.

While Drawn To The Sky songs have found themselves on Spotify playlists alongside bands like A Day To Remember and Pierce The Veil, it is hard to simply categorize Gill’s style under one genre.

To exemplify this, when you first hear the newest Drawn To The Sky track, “Dopamine Death Dream”, you are meant with pop harmonies over a 100 Gecs-type beat. As the song progresses, a trap beat begins to take over before Gill cuts in with an electric guitar solo. Even on “Demons”, the most streamed Drawn To The Sky track which has amassed nearly 2 million streams on Spotify, Gill crafts a genre-ambiguous sound that keeps listeners glued to their speakers.

While he has been relatively quiet throughout 2021, with a new year on the horizon, Gill shares that he has spent the last year writing and recording new Drawn To The Sky music. Over the next few months, keep your eyes and ear peeled for new sounds from Drawn To The Sky as multiple singles are in the works.

Keep up with Drawn To The Sky by following him on Instagram, @drawntothesky, and listening to him on Spotify.

Published December 3rd, 2021