Freddie Bourne On His Musical Journey, Creative Tastes & New EP “The Troubled Boy at the Bonfire Disco”.

The Troubled Boy at the Bonfire Disco, the latest music from Freddie Bourne produced by Stephen Horning of Dirty Dogg Productions, sways from mellow guitar riffs to a flurry of tonal noise without the slightest bit of friction. The good thing is that the EP is expressive and full-hearted for the everyday soft rock fan, but for the casual listener the music remains addicted to metaphors and hidden revelations. 
They explore angst, uncertainty, torment, and heartache using thickets of buzzing guitars and isolated piano chords placed periodically on the EP. “The Troubled Boy at the Bonfire Disco” shows that Freddie is also capable of more nuanced writing.
The EP “The Troubled Boy at the Bonfire Disco” is one of those records that is able to crack your head open and reveal a host of crazy thoughts that drive you insane while making you feel helpless at the same time. Much like floating in the middle of the ocean with nothing to grasp onto and no shoreline in sight, just treading in the water with the hopes of staying alive. That’s how good the escapism of the songs offers! At their best,

Vizdumb Music got a chance to ask Freddie Bourne a few questions and here is what he had to say.
1.Can you please tell our readers your real name as well as your stage name?
   Freddie Bourne
2.Where are you from and Where are you based?
   Originally from Jackson, NJ – about 2 hours from New York City and currently live an hour out of Louisville in Evansville/Dale, Indiana.
3.At What age did you start making music?
   Started when I was about 6 and starting making music around 11 or 12.
4.What genre would you consider yourself?
   Pop infused with soft rock, indietronica vibes
5.Tell us about your latest track or Video ( what is it all about)–Please explain the concept or message.
   EP “The Troubled Boy at the Bonfire Disco”. This was produced by my wonderful friend Stephen Horning of Dirty Dogg Productions, I like to call it “conscious house-pop” music, as the music can tend to be quite dance-able, the context of the EP talks about not asking for forgiveness at the end of a relationship, realizing that you cannot love someone after finding out what they could be capable of, how strangers in your life can help you from making hazardous life decisions, and how events in your life that may seem to be unsatisfactory having very positive silver linings.
6.If you were given a chance, which Artist would you love to perform with?
   Brett Dennen
7.Where can fans find you? List all your social media links
   IG @freddiebourne,,


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