Eerie piano arrangements and electronic soundscapes: the singer-songwriter exposes her vulnerable side on new EP When Breathing Feels like Drowning.
Born in Brazil and based in Berlin, Dominique Dillon de Byington, aka Dillon, has previously released two albums of dark melodic music that she considers as one body of work.
The Unknown and This Silence Kills were brought together in a live album in 2016 where Dillon was accompanied by a women’s choir.
The warm and hopeful aspects of Dillon's two previous albums have evaporated on her latest EP, exposing a brutal vulnerability and despair.
After continuously touring with choirs and brass ensembles, Dillon now performs her first solo piano shows.