|Gus Dapperton Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 9 in|
|Date of Birth||March 11, 1997|
Gus Dapperton is an American singer, songwriter, and musician who has released several albums, tracks, and extended plays such as Yellow and Such, Where Polly People Go to Read, Orca, Give it to Me Straight, You Think You’re a Comic!, Medicine, World Class Cinema, I’m Just Snacking, Ditch, My Favorite Fish, Post Humorous, Bluebird, Fill Me Up Anthem, First Aid, Coax & Botany, Meteorite (with Anna of the North), Sober Up, and Moodna, Once with Grace.
Brendan Patrick Rice
Warwick, New York, United States
Gus Dapperton got enrolled at Drexel University but then took a semester off to go on tour in support of his 2018 EP titled You Think You’re a Comic!.
Singer, Songwriter, Musician
Indie Pop, Bedroom Pop, Synth-pop
Guitar, Vocals, Keyboard
5 ft 9 in or 175 cm
65 kg or 143.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
He has often dyed his hair in colors such as ‘green’, ‘red’, etc.
Fashion sense that includes jewelry, eyeliner, brightly colored clothing, and thick-rimmed glasses
Gus Dapperton Facts
- He spent his childhood years growing up in Warwick, New York.
- Gus Dapperton’s first single Moodna, Once With Grace was released in 2016.
- His first extended play Yellow and Such was released on August 3, 2017.
- He released his 2nd EP titled You Think You’re a Comic! in 2018.
- On April 19, 2019, Gus Dapperton released his debut studio album Where Polly People Go to Read and its tracklist includes World Class Cinema, I Ascend, Coax and Botany, Fill Me Up Anthem, and Eyes for Ellis.
- His 2nd album titled Orca was released on September 18, 2020, on AWAL. It includes songs like First Aid, Post Humorous, Medicine, and Bluebird.
- Gus Dapperton’s song Of Lacking Spectacle was featured on the Netflix teen drama series 13 Reasons Why.
- He considers singer David Bowie his style icon.
- As a featured artist, Gus Dapperton has been a part of songs like Supalonely by Benee, Somewhere by Surf Mesa, and Faceless by Beshken.
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