Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. is an American indie-pop band from Detroit consisting of Daniel Zott and Joshua Epstein. Zott and Epstein met each other while playing in other Detroit music projects and began recording in Zott's basement in Royal Oak, MI. The group is known for high energy live performances and for placing harmonic vocals over electronic and organic instruments.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. create a mix of indie pop, folk, and electronic songs. Based in Detroit, the duo of Joshua Epstein and Daniel Zott came together in 2009. The pair worked together in a basement to create a sound that balanced both of their styles. They wanted their songs to be danced to without taking away from the lyrics. The first song they created was titled "Silly Girl" and from then they formed a friendship and trust, as well as an album. In 2010, they released their debut EP 'Horse Power', they remixed Moby's song 'Wait for Me' and they began working on their 2011 full-length album, 'It's A Corporate World'