18th February 2023

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DYLAN, one of 2022’s most in-demand rising talents unveils ‘Blue’, the latest release to be taken from her forthcoming new mixtape The Greatest Thing I’ll Never Learn, due 28th  October via Island Records.  

With her November 2022 UK headline tour already sold out, Dylan has also announced a brand  new run of dates for February 2023, including a second date at the iconic O2 Shepherd’s  Bush Empire in London with night one already sold out. 

One of the mixtape’s more poignant moments, ‘Blue’ is a classic example of the 22-year-old’s ability to transform heartache and grief into undeniably addictive pop-rock anthems; toeing the line between modern pop influences and the classic rock sensibilities with an effortless flair. 

Dylan’s first mixtape – and debut release for Island Records – packs a hefty wallop; an eight-track record that doesn’t give you any choice but to sit up, pay attention and sing every word back in your head for days afterward. Titled ‘The Greatest Thing I’ll Never Learn’, it encapsulates the rising star’s experiences with “learning to love and be loved”. “How does anyone love and be loved?! It’s cringy, but the songs are so un-cringy that it’s very easy to take in without icking myself out. But I feel like I’m writing a soundtrack to my life. This is my movie  soundtrack.” 

That soundtrack is one that is unfailingly frank and thrillingly unbothered by society’s  expectations of female artists. Whether she’s reacting to people not wanting to date her on ‘Girl  Of Your Dreams’ or searching for answers about herself, as on the ballad ‘Home Is Where The  Heart Is’, Dylan is incredibly direct. 

Her candidness is part of what has already scored her praise from the likes of BBC News, NME,  Notion, MTV, Vogue Italia, The Line Of Best Fit, Dork and BBC Introducing; a sold-out debut US  headline at the iconic Mercury Lounge in New York, UK support slots with Yungblud, Bastille,  Ed Sheeran and an EU run with Tate McRae; inspiring an incredibly loyal and passionate  fanbase to form around her.  

Dylan is about to enter 2023 as one of pop’s hottest prospects. Effortless charm and high  ambitions see her dedicated fanbase expanding at a rapid pace, with her biggest goals

becoming more realistic by the day. “I want to be respected as a songwriter – for me it really is  just about the music, and I want to headline Wembley – that’s everything I’ve had my sights on.”