Writer and producer, Denny White, has released new soulful single, Torn Up, which premiered via Earmilk. Hailing from California, White has performed with notable artists, Young the Giant and Dawes, as well as collaborating with One Republic’s Brent Kutzle.

Denny spoke with The Fountain about the joy of releasing music, his wish to perform in Scotland and his favourite gig in Amsterdam.

TF: You must be ecstatic about the release of your new single, Torn Up?

I am! Releasing music is one of the best feelings, and makes something intangible feel “real”…

TF: And are we to expect an EP or album soon, following this?

My focus this year is one song at a time, and gluing it all together at the end of 2018 as an album..

TF: I know you are based over in California but will we have the pleasure of seeing you hit Scotland soon?

I sure hope so! I travelled there in high school on a Jazz band trip, and was completely woo’d by it all, the scenery, the architecture, and the accents!

TF: And what was it like playing with the likes of Young the Giant and Dawes?

It was a great experience, both of them are insanely talented and some of the most authentic, kind people.

TF: What has been your favourite gig to date?

A couple years back I had the opportunity of going out to Amsterdam and performing at the Royal Dutch Theatre with Fedde Le Grand for a run of five nights. It was a pretty surreal experience performing in that venue, and will always make me nostalgic thinking about it…