Digisaurus Premiere New Track feat. Fran Litterski

Digisaurus recently premiered brand new track, “I Don’t Feel Alright,” via Northern Transmissions. Preceded by “Charlie’s Got Me Running” and “Not A Chance in Hell,” the new track is the third and final installment in a single series the future pop/rock project has made their focus in 2016.

 “I Don’t Feel Alright”


The innovative artist behind Digisaurus, James Allison, offered some insight into the creative process behind “I Don’t Feel Alright.”

“Personal circumstances found me in a new city with lots of time on my hands, so I was writing by myself for the first time in a long time,” says James. ” I’ve never really thought of Digisaurus as an electronic act before, but a lot of the people I talk to after shows describe it that way. In this song, I’m embracing that without sacrificing the funk, pop, and disco elements that have shaped Digisaurus’ sound.”

“I Don’t Feel Alright” was produced by Mike Landolt, whose engineering expertise spans notable acts including Maroon 5, OAR, Spin Doctors and more. The track features vocals by Fran Litterski, most recently known as the touring keyboardist in Columbia Records’ electronic rock group, Magic Man.

“On the demo, I did all the vocals, but it sounded pretty contrived with me responding to my own calls. I knew I wanted a female voice on the track,” says James. “Landolt suggested Fran after we talked about it, and she was spot-on in what I was looking for. Her voice is so pretty and delicate, and mine’s pretty aggressive on this track. She adds really interesting dynamic. She also gave me a lot of little vocal nuggets that I manipulated into these little pieces of ear-candy scattered over the choruses.”

Digisaurus on Tour: 

(More Dates TBA)


November 1 | Santa Cruz, CA at Bocci’s Cellar

November 2 | Medford, OR at Jonny B’s Rocking Diner
November 3 | Eugene, OR at The Wandering Goat
November 4 | Seattle, WA at The Central Saloon
November 5 | Port Townsend, WA at Sirens
November 6 | Seattle, WA at Bourbon Bar
November 7 | Moscow, ID at One World Cafe
November 8 | Spokane, WA at Checkerboard Bar

November 9 | Boise, ID at Edge Brewing Co.

November 10 | Bozeman, MT at Wild Joe’s Coffee House
November 11 | Ogden, UT at Alleged
November 12 | Pueblo, CO at Reserved
November 13 | Lubbock, TX at BarPM
November 14 | Norman, OK at Red Brick Bar
November 15 | Lincoln, NE at Duffy’s Tavern
November 16 | Ames, IA at DG’s Tap House
November 17 | Iowa City, IA at Uptown Bill’s

November 18 | Trempealeau, WI at Trempealeau Hotel
November 19 | Bloomington, IL at The Bistro

November 22 | Canton, OH at Buzzbin

November 26 | Westport, CT at Toquet Hall

December 16 | Columbus, OH at A&R Bar

December 17 | Bowling Green, OH at Howard’s Club H

December 20 | Philadelphia, PA at The Barbary

December 23 | New York, NY at Piano’s


March 23 | Fairfax, VA at Epicure Cafe

March 24 | Richmond, VA at On The Rox

March 25 | Staunton, VA at The Pompei Lounge

March 27 | Baltimore, MD at Teavolve

March 31 | Mount Joy, PA at Bube’s Brewery

April 01 | Camp Hill, PA at Cornerstone Coffeehouse

April 04 | Burlington, VT at Manhattan Pizza and Pub

April 05 | Burlington, VT at Radio Bean

April 06 | Dover, NH at Dover Teen Center

April 07 | Biddefore, ME at Elements

April 08 | Machester, VT at The Perfect Wife

April 29 | Thomas, WV at The Purple Fiddle

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