We've written about DYLYN before. She's back with a new single "Just a Boy," from her debut full-length for Nettwerk Records "The Sixty90s" — an homage to both the grit of the 90s and the warmth of the 60s. DYLYN has a raw and powerful aesthetic that brings together the broad range and killer instinct of someone like Shirley Ann Manson of Garbage with the mysterious panache of Sky Ferreira.
DYLYN previously landed a few Top 10s on various Billboard charts, while also supporting various pop stars on tour, under the name of Guinevere. Building on the success of her 2018 independent debut EP "Sauvignon and a Kimono," she continues on her quest to fuse moments of elation, agony, ecstasy, and triumph into an unlikely symphony of indie-pop melody and anthemic alt-rock. "Just a Boy" finds DYLYN going back to her roots, taking the time to get out of a touring mindset, and stripping away the fluff to reveal her true self. She's got nothing to hide and plenty to celebrate with her label Nettwerk. DYLYN's music is meant to empower her listeners, by underscoring the value of simplicity and the joy of personal liberation. Word has it she is only just getting started.