He released his debut record Panic Town in 2017, combining his classic-singer songwriter roots with a dark, grungy sound. In 2018, seeking new inspiration, he decided to move from London to Berlin where he would finalize the recording and production of his second album Blood Street. Sketching various scenes of modern society and its darker shades, Blood Street was released in October 2019, receiving widespread acclaim from critics and blogs alike culminating in a much celebrated headline tour. After Blood Street and all the ongoing confusion in the world, Freddie sought catharsis through his music and looked to calm the anxieties of a life unknown. Having immersed himself in the vibrant Berlin music scene, he began work on his upcoming EP Idiot’s Dream, recording and producing four songs with his band in various Berlin studios. Collaborating with a number of artists from both London and Berlin, Idiot’s Dream paints a picture of Berlin nightlife and the trials and tribulations of moving to a new city. For the EP Freddie collaborated with Dutch psych folk artist and filmmaker Mone on two music videos for the singles Idiot’s Dream and Night People. Late night shots of underground Berlin and filming in an old Stasi Headquarters sets the tone for Dickson’s fascination with Berlin’s underbelly. Idiot's Dream was released on 4th June 2021.