Dan Croll is a British singer-songwriter known for his catchy indie pop tunes. Born in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England, he moved to Liverpool at 18 to attend the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA). During his time at LIPA, Croll won the national Songwriter of the Year award and had a one-to-one session with LIPA founder Sir Paul McCartney.
In 2012, Croll released his debut single "From Nowhere" which gained popularity after being featured on the soundtrack of Grand Theft Auto 5. The song reached #36 on the Billboard Alternative chart and received airplay in both the UK and US. He followed up with two more singles before releasing his full debut LP "Sweet Disarray" in 2014.
Since then, Croll has continued to release music including singles like "One Of Us" and has signed with Communion Music Label. In 2017, he released his second full-length album "Emerging Adulthood." After relocating to Los Angeles in 2018, Croll embarked on solo concerts and festivals before recording his third album at Spacebomb Studios with producer Matthew E. White and The Spacebomb House Band.