Dylan Releases ‘No Romeo’ EP

Rising rock-pop star-in-the-making Dylan today releases her eagerly anticipated EP titled No Romeo.  It’s an empowering 6-track release that is the perfect companion to navigating relationships whilst preserving what’s important; self-worth and growth. Fans will notice recent favorites “You’re Not Harry Styles”, “Someone Else”, “Ninetee”n and the EP’s title track has made the tracklist along with two new exceptional tracks, “Alone & Live Without It”. Dylan is currently on the road with Bastille before supporting Tate McRae in Europe (from April 30) all before her own US dates (this summer) and her upgraded headline dates in the UK (this fall) which includes a performance at London’s iconic KOKO venue.

Speaking about the EP released today, Dylan explained “I’m finally at peace with the idea of emotion, this EP is about navigating all forms of love and the brutal consequences of falling for someone. I wrote these songs to empower myself through the process of letting someone in, and their inevitable exit from my life. I think this is something that everyone experiences at some point in their life, a new kind of pain that is hard to put into words. It’s insane the amount of times I have sat at my kitchen table with a mate talking about how we deserve better than how we’re being treated, life is too short for shit relationships. Within my writing, I was finally ready to talk about how I was feeling rather than attacking the idea of love, in hope that others will relate to the situations. It’s time to claim the power back baby, and no better way to do that than screaming to these songs.”

Dylan’s new EP tracks can be heard live from both sides of the Atlantic this year. She’s currently supporting Bastille across their UK tour with shows to still play in Glasgow, Cardiff, Birmingham, Plymouth, and Brighton. She’ll then head across to mainland Europe at the end of April to open up for fellow breakout artist Tate McRae. Following that, Dylan will head over to Chicago for US festival Lolapolooza before playing shows in New York and Los Angeles. To cap off an impressive run of live dates this year Dylan will play an upgraded UK tour across nine venues.

April 10 – Glasgow @ O2 Academy – Supporting Bastille
April 11 – Glasgow @ O2 Academy – Supporting Bastille
April 13 – Cardiff @ Cardiff Motorpoint Arena – Supporting Bastille
April 14 – Birmingham @ O2 Academy – Supporting Bastille
April 15 – Birmingham @ O2 Academy – Supporting Bastille
April 17 – Plymouth @ Plymouth Pavillions- Supporting Bastille
April 18 – Brighton @ Brighton Centre – Supporting Bastille
April 30 – Oslo – Oslo @ Sentrum Scene – Supporting Tate McRae
May 01 – Stockholm – Stockholm @ Debaser Hullstulls Strand – Supporting Tate McRae
May 03 – Copenhagen @ Pumpehuset – Supporting Tate McRae
May 04 – Hamburg @ Uebel & Gafahrlich – Supporting Tate McRae
May 05 – Koln @ Carlswerk @ Victoria – Supporting Tate McRae
May 07 – Frankfurt @ Frankfurt Zoom – Supporting Tate McRae
May 08 – Munich @ Freiheiz – Supporting Tate McRae
May 09 – Milan @ Santeria Toscana 31 – Supporting Tate McRae
May 11 – Vienna @ Simm City – Supporting Tate McRae
May 12 – Prague @ Roxxy Prague – Supporting Tate McRae
May 14 – Warsaw @ Proxima – Supporting Tate McRae
May 15 – Berlin @ Hole44 – Supporting Tate McRae
May 17 @ Amsterdam @ Melkweg – Supporting Tate McRae
May 18 – Antwerpen @ Muziekcentrum Trix – Supporting Tate McRae
May 19 – Paris @ Petit Bain – Supporting Tate McRae
July 29 – New York – Mercury Lounge
July 31 – Chicago – Lollapalooza Festival
August 1 – Los Angeles – School Night

October 30 – Leeds – Brudenells
October 31 – Glasgow @ SWG3 – UPGRADED
November 2 – Newcastle @ Newcastle University Student Union – UPGRADED
November 4 – Manchester @ Gorilla
November 5 -Birmingham @ O2 Acadamy – UPGRADED
November 6 – Norwich @ Norwich Arts Centre – UPGRADED
November 7 – London @ KOKO
November 9 – Bristol @ The Fleece
November 10 – Brighton @ Patterns