© Tom Oxley


Music / Pop, Singer-Songwriter / London, United Kingdom

Drawing inspiration from names as contrasting as AC/DC and Nina Simone, Aerosmith and Flume, Dylan’s signature sound is a pulsating amalgamation of dark moods and bright production flawlessly complementing each other. The talented newcomer from Suffolk, England managing to pull this off early in her career is due in no small part to her artistic ambitions, which took her from the first guitar which she put together herself to Track of the Week on BBC Radio 1 in just a few years. “Sour Milk” was the first single that put Dylan on the map in 2019, especially among the British pop scene. A lot has happened since then, but Dylan has used the last couple of years to consistently, yet thoughtfully, evolve her style. She has entered a deeper connection with her own creativity throughout the lockdown years, has written emotional and downright personal songs about the things that moved her. Her single “No Romeo” from the start of the year demonstrates what this sounds like: confident, full of energy and future-positive.

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