Wildcard (week 8): Dylan – No Romeo

London-based, Suffolk-born singer-songwriter Natasha Woods came to the scene as Dylan in 2019. That year’s EP Purple and its follow-up Red were only the tip of the iceberg in terms of what lies ahead. She already reached many more people through the release of three more singles in 2021. Some of her new fans included Yungblud, Griff and Thomas Headon, who asked Dylan to support them on their tours. By the sound of her new single No Romeo, it’s fair to predict she might be a future super star.

No Romeo is an ultra catchy electro-pop tune. In line with her earlier releases, it’s an empowering track, with honest, meaningful lyrics. The song is a rally call against wasting any more time on those that don’t deserve it.

Dylan says about her new single: “I wrote No Romeo with my best friends in mind. I was tired of them going back to their questionable exes and letting themselves be treated like crap (although I think I needed the song as much as they did!) and wanted, as always, to write something empowering. The aim was to write an anthem for the late-night drives with the windows down, the shouting at the sea because LIFE, and the screaming crying throwing up heartbreak moments.”

Last year’s singles, No Romeo and two unreleased tracks will be on her next EP, due out on 8 April. It’ll be named after the current single. This week, No Romeo by Dylan is the Carte Blanche Music Wildcard. This means it’ll feature at the top of the blog for a full seven days.

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