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About Sunglasses Kid

Sunglasses Kid, is a British producer, composer and electronic musician, specialising in 80s and retro pop, synthwave and cinematic instrumentals.

In 2023, his social media exploded with his "P.O.V: It's the 80s" series earning more than 20 million plays on Instagram in 2023 alone.

His Tik Tok videos were Liked 1 million times in 2023 and his music has been used on both platforms in videos posted by Fifa, The Oscars, Rugby Union, Rugby World Cup, Liverpool FC, and hundreds more brands, influencers and creators.

Sunglasses Kid's music attracted the attention of Grammy-winning producers, actors, filmmakers, and politicians, and his content has been covered on BBC Radio 2 by Scott Mills, ABC Australia and WGN Morning News Chicago.

With over 360K Instagram Followers and 190k Tik Tok followers, Sunglasses Kid's reach as a producer shows no sign of slowing down.



Sunglasses Kid's debut EP, Unpredictable (2013) and albums, Graduation (2015) Sophomore (2020) and Nightlife (2022) - earned him a cult following as one the original producers in synthwave and retrowave. Collaborating with artists like Ollie Wride on their hit track "Stranger Love", he broke synthwave into mainstream TV with a placement on the British series, "Made In Chelsea" in 2020.

Sunglasses Kid has teamed up with notable musicians like Tim Cappello (the iconic "sexy sax man" from cult 80s movie, The Lost Boys), guitarist/composer Myrone, and Emmy winning composer Zach Robinson (Cobra Kai).

As a composer, Sunglasses Kid has written music for brands including Vogue, Tens sunglasses, Friday The 13th the game, Baby Audio, and Beats Bakery, as well as synth arrangement on movies for Netflix and Paramount.


He has performed live on billings with College and Timecop 1983 in Holland for the iconic Amsterdam Dance Event, and opened for Brit Nominated UK rapper Cas Is Dead at venues including the London’s South Bank Centre, Clapham Grand,  Here At Outernet, Koko and Rough Trade Records.

Sunglasses Kid is based in London, UK. 


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