Gregory Dillon yearns to bring a compounded nostalgia to the mind of the listener. With an 80’s stained sound and a fascination for conceptual design, his style caught the eye of publications such as GAY TIMES, BILLBOARD, and BEDFORD & BOWERY – the last of which writes of Gregory’s sound as “pulsing with a yearning to look backward.”
On February 23, Gregory Dillon reinvents the familiar 2000’s anthem, “Swing Swing” by The All-American Rejects, within a queer lo-fi dreamscape that transforms his bathroom into a blue, synth-stained music video.
Following up the release of his smash debut EP, called Sad Magic, Dillon further explores the nostalgic avant-pop world of his current era by honoring his emo-punk roots and paying tribute to a band who influenced his work as a global pop artist.
In a time where loneliness seems to be the norm, Gregory’s self-produced rendition of “Swing Swing” invites you up to the rooftop to cry together (virtually).