If there’s one artist who is setting up to have a massive year, it’s Rich Delinquent. Melbourne based singer/producer Rich Delinquent has created quite an iconic sound, blending his voice with future bass styled beats of epic proportions.


Following on from the success of his latest single, “It’s Cold Where I’m From”, Rich Delinquent has returned with the fourth single from his debut EP of the same title ‘DM If You Need To‘, released on the 13th of March. This single, along with the entire EP is nothing short of incredible. Each track stands out from the another, yet still fits into this dark and electrifying theme for the EP.

Influenced by the likes of The Weeknd, Bring Me the Horizon, and Odesza, the EP is entirely self-produced by Rich Delinquent in his Melbourne home studio, with the tracks deriving from a very clear vision of blending different genres of music to create something fresh with his voice being the anchor of the entire project. Here’s what he had to say about it:

“Writing this EP was a blur. Some was done on the road whilst touring a different project, some was done abroad and some was done in my home studio. The whole project came from a very dark place that I don’t wish to share publicly yet. The EP as whole stems from personal experiences, touching on battles with life’s hardships. Ultimately “DM If You Need To” is a songwriting form of catharsis to keep the demons at bay.” 

Rich Delinquent’s ‘DM If You Need To’ EP is one everyone needs to hear from a promising young artist who’s destined for a great future. Check it out below!