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AIDAN BISSETT DELIVERS AN ANTHEM FOR ANYONE OUT THERE WHO'S BEEN DUMPED

Watch the visual below!

Image: Brooke James.


American musician Aidan Bissett has unveiled his new single, Dumped. The guitar driven track is an anthem for those currently dealing with a broken heart, and for anyone who has ever been on the brutal end of a breakup.


Co-produced by Bissett alongside Ryan Daly (Fitz and the Tantrums, Adam Lambert, Cyn), the track arrives alongside an angsty visual, directed Brooke James (Troye Sivan). Drenched in 90's teen flick nostalgia, we follow the singer as he moves towards healing, but not before finding solace in pizza, jumping on the bed and screaming at the walls of his bedroom.



“Getting dumped is the worst feeling in the world, but screaming this song will make you feel a whole lot better,” says Bissett. “The song is about learning that you are better off on your own and that it’s okay to be alone.”


Growing up, Bissett fell in love with classic rock bands like Led Zeppelin and AC/DC. By the second grade he had picked up the electric guitar and spent his teen years teaching himself to produce his own music. “I’d stay up until 3 a.m., even on school nights, just trying to figure everything out through a lot of trial and error,” he recalls. In July 2020, Bissett released his debut single Different, followed by Worst Girls of All Time and More Than Friends, racking up more than five million streams since their release last summer.


Dumped is out now! Watch the visual below.