Sloan Struble, the musician behind the indie pop project Dayglow, is a singer, songwriter and producer from Aledo, Texas. Strubble began learning guitar, bass, keyboard, synthesizer, drums and production skills via GarageBand. In 2016, Struble released his eponymous debut album under the name Kindred. In 2017, Stuble began Dayglow as a project. Although he is the only member of the project, he does not consider himself a solo artist, likening himself to bands like Tame Impala or Mutemath.
Dayglow’s touring members have included guitarist Nate Davis, keyboardist Nico Fennell, bassist Eric Loop, drummer Brady Knippa, keyboardist Norrie Swofford, bassist Reece Myers, guitarist Colin Crawford, and saxophonist Marshall Lowry.
2017-2020: Beginnings and Fuzzybrain
"Mindless Creatures", Dayglow’s debut single, was released on September 29, 2017, followed by "Run The World!!!" the next day. 2018 began with the release of "Can I Call You Tonight?" on January 30. The single became popular on TikTok and Spotify, and became their breakthrough single, gaining gold certification from the RIAA. In May 2018, Dayglow released its fourth single, "False Direction".
Dayglow’s debut album, Fuzzybrain, was released on September 27, 2018. The album features the band’s three previously released singles and its success led to them performing on the BMI Stage at Austin City Limits Festival the following month. An expanded version of the album, featuring the new songs "Nicknames" and "Listerine", was under Acrophase Records that November.
2021-present: Harmony House
After a two-year hiatus, Dayglow released the single "Close to You" on January 11, 2021, alongside its accompanying music video. On February 22, Harmony House – Dayglow’s second studio album – was announced and the album's single, "Something", was released. "Woah Man" followed in April and "Balcony" on May 5. The album itself was released on May 21, 2021.