Pop riser Dylan has laid out plans for her new mixtape ‘The Greatest Thing I’ll Never Learn’.
One of the most-tipped new artists in the land, Dylan has worked ferociously hard throughout 2022, playing a seemingly endless string of live shows and recording new music whenever she can get the chance.
With Autumn drawing in, it seems as though her work has paid off. A full UK tour in November is totally sold out, with Dylan celebrating with a London KOKO show on November 7th. There’s an even bigger UK run in February 2023, including two nights at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, and a full mixtape on the horizon.
‘The Greatest Thing I’ll Never Learn’ is out on October 28th, and it deals with “learning to love and be loved”.
As Dylan puts it: “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.”
New single ‘Blue’ is out now. Penned during the festive period, it’s a song about processing emotion, and learning from experiences, even if they didn’t turn out how you would have liked.
“I wrote ‘Blue’ on Christmas Day last year,” tells DYLAN. “It was born from the clarity that comes after taking time away from a situation. When someone walks out of your life there’s a certain period of grief that you go through, the final stage being stuck between holding on and moving forward. ‘Blue’ is all about that moment, of thinking that you want them back, and that you’re never going to feel that way for anyone again.”
Tune in now.
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