• Saturday

Dylan describes herself as “a wannabe rock star in a pop star’s body”. She grew up on a diet of classic rock and guitar riffs from her dad’s idols AC/DC, Guns N’ Roses and Rainbow. However, we’re finding Dylan’s own musical output in the sphere of pop. 

The rising artist always knew that she wanted to become an artist. When she was a child, her dad would put her and her brother on the kitchen table with plywood guitars singing along to different songs, and she would shout: “Hello Wembley!” That’s the kind of ambitions that have led Dylan in the direction of a very promising career. 

Since 2019, Dylan has experimented with everything from electronic, synth-based tunes (“Good Enough”) to more vulnerable piano ballads like “IKWYDLN”. However, it’s with singles “Nineteen”, “You’re Not Harry Styles”, and “No Romeo” from 2021, Dylan found the core of her sound with big hooks and very personal songwriting. 

Last year, Dylan released the mixtape The Greatest Thing I’ll Never Learn at the same label as the likes of The Killers, Sigrid and Demi Lovato, and her career took another leap when she went on tour with Bastille, Ed Sheeran, and Tate McRae.

Her biggest dream is still to play her own show at Wembley, and with that level of ambitions and matching talent, we’re pretty sure she’s on her way!