Dan Bejar started Destroyer as a solo home-recording project in the early to mid-nineties. Exploring and overturning genres such as glam, MIDI, yacht rock, and even underground Spanish independent artists, Bejar was proclaimed “Rock’s Exiled King” by The Fader. His is a body of work that consistently flouts convention in favor of musical leaps of faith, statements of purpose cloaked in subterfuge, and the joyous refrain of an optimist’s heart cloaked in cynicism.
"Poison Season is a luxurious creation, dappled in sunlight, and summoning all the redemptive power of pop." - The Quietus
"While there's still mystery and misdirection on his new album, Poison Season is nakedly ambitious and utterly satisfying." NOW Magazine
"It's unique and warm and beautiful, as love letters supposed to be" - The Guardian (about Kaputt)