Dave End, the acoustic D.I.Y. troubador writes queer cupcake loving honesty pop and focuses on the details that rhyme. In the past 2 years, Dave End has released 2 albums (How to Hold Your Own Hand, Fruits Commonly Mistaken For Vegetables), toured 4,500 miles in a veggie diesel car, made a lot of stuffed animals, and written a 100 page thesis about supermarkets.
Listening to Dave End's music is like giving your younger self a hug. It makes you feel like you're okay, not despite your struggles but because of them. His songs are musically charming and give words to thoughts and feelings you didn't know you had! Tackling subject matters like bullying, homophobia, body image and heartbreak, Dave End could easily fall into the slippery traps of self-pity and earnestness, but he manages to keep his songs aloft with humor, bounce, and jamboree-style glee.