Freddie Dickson

London singer-songwriter Freddie Dickson first arrived on the scene with his debut E.P ‘Shut us Down,’ a collection of sultry synth-pop. Met with critical acclaim he signed to Sony’s Columbia Records in 2014. After a string of singles and E.P’s Dickson gradually became lost in the major label machine, getting ever further away from his original sound and cut ties just two years later.


In 2017 he released his introspective and atmospheric debut album ‘Panic Town’ (Shakey Records) which drew comparisons to the likes of Sharon Van Etten, The National and Nick Cave. A year spent touring around Europe, as well as lending his song-writing skills to artists (among others) Rhodes, Bryde and Laura Welsh, also saw the birth of new side project Lucile alongside artist Oh Sister. Dickson returned in 2018 with new solo material in the form of the dreamily romantic melancholy of State of Grace, recorded late one night at home in London. The b-side is a cover of Daniel Johnston’s True Love Will Find You in the End, created by Dickson and his long-time collaborator John Davies. Dickson is currently working on his sophomore album, taking the reigns in the studio this time and producing the record himself which will be released in early 2019. He has since relocated to Berlin.