Having performed at Download Festival and received support from Kerrang! Radio, Pop-Punk singer-songwriter Danny Wright returns with ‘I HATE EVERYTHING’ February 28th.


Originally from Reading, Danny Wright migrated from the Berkshire town to London, to pursue the dream of a career in music. An actor and self-taught musician, Camden was a natural first step on this journey. Having experienced playing to huge crowds every night previous outfits, Danny has supported bands like Atreyu, Finch and Zebrahead, as well as the prestige of playing the Download Festival at Donington Park. Danny Wright knew this is what he wanted to do for the rest of his life.

Danny’s also been involved in projects with the likes of Olly Murs, Ellie Goulding and former X-Factor presenters Cheryl Cole and Tulisa Contostavlos, broadening his musical horizons while honing his own sound.

Using his music as a platform to maintain a conversation about mental health, Danny Wright finds solace in songwriting and is not afraid to share his personal experiences. Speaking more on the track, Danny explained:

This is a song I wrote about those days when you feel insecure, insecurity is something all humans feel, but I don’t think it’s a subject that is spoken about openly as it can be quite a vulnerable one. Unfortunately, some people let their insecurities dictate their decisions, but a lot of the time insecurity is a feeling, and it passes. The nature of the song is written in an optimistic way, the music itself is quite fun and playful with an undertone of sarcasm to show that it’s just a feeling that we can move on from, or just laugh of. I wrote parts of this song with fans who helped to guide the song by being open with their relations to the subject.”

Never failing to deliver punchy pop-punk anthems when duty calls, Danny has built a hugely loyal online following over the years. With over 19K followers on Instagram, and over 10K across Twitter and Facebook, his audience are eagerly awaiting the release on February 28th.