Pop Cautious is an indie alternative singer-songwriter and producer hailing from the South. His music is characterized by honest, introspective lyrics and memorable melodies. Drawing inspiration from artists like The Beatles and 311, Pop Cautious crafts genre-eclectic songs that are both intimate and universal.
Pop Cautious began writing songs as a teen while living in Texas. His debut self-titled album, "Pop Cautious," was self-released in 2016 and quickly gained attention for its raw, confessional lyrics and analog production. The album showcased the artist’s ability to capture the beauty and melancholy of everyday life. It gained his first FM radio play with the single, “Blue Dream”.
Since then, Pop Cautious released several more singles and toured regionally. He's played at festivals like The Bob Marley Festival and venues such as The Whisky A Go Go and has opened for acts like Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros & Cap Carter.
In addition to his music, Pop Cautious is also passionate about environmental activism and social justice issues. He often uses his platform to raise awareness about these causes and has donated proceeds from his music to various organizations.
With a debut LP on the horizon and a loyal fanbase, Pop Cautious is poised to become one of the leading voices in indie music. His music is deeply personal and emotionally resonant and speaks to the universal experiences of love, loss, and self-discovery.