Dylan announces new mixtape, ‘The Greatest Thing I’ll Never Learn’, and shares a fresh track, ‘Nothing Lasts Forever’

The mixtape in full will drop 28th October via Island Records.
Photo credit: Lillie Eiger

Dylan has dropped a new track, ‘Nothing Lasts Forever’, and announced the impending arrival of a new 8-track mixtape.

Titled, ‘The Greatest Thing I’ll Never Learn’, the release is due to drop 28th October via Island Records.

Speaking on the record, Dylan explains: “the title came from something my mum used to say to me the whole time, which was the very famous quote ‘the greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return’ but as a 22 year old songwriter with an incredibly chaotic personal life, that is something that I absolutely cannot get to grips with.”

“The songs are all about how much love can hurt you, and affect how you deal with feelings post relationship,” she continues. “It is a beautifully sarcastic bunch of tracks and I am so so excited for you to hear it. Your girl has been more raw with her emotions than ever on this one.”

You can check out ‘Nothing Lasts Forever’ here:

The tracklist for ‘The Greatest Thing I’ll Never Learn’ reads:

1. Girl Of Your Dreams
2. Nothing Lasts Forever
3. Blue
4. Lovestruck
5. Blisters
6. Treat You Bad
7. The Greatest Thing
8. Home Is Where The Heart Is

You can pre-save / pre-order the mixtape here.

Dylan is curating a special show for War Child for Day of the Girl next month, which comes ahead of a sold-out UK tour later this year. The show also features Mae Muller, Lola Young and Cate. Her upcoming live dates are as follows:


21-24 Reeperbahn Festival
24 Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt


1 Neighbourhood Festival
11 War Child, Day Of The Girl – Lafayette, London
30 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club – SOLD OUT
31 Glasgow, SWG3 – SOLD OUT


2 Newcastle, Newcastle University Student Union – SOLD OUT
4 Manchester, Gorilla – SOLD OUT
5 Birmingham, 02 Academy 2 – SOLD OUT
6 Norwich, Arts Centre – SOLD OUT
7 London, KOKO – SOLD OUT
9 Bristol, Fleece – SOLD OUT
10 Brighton, Patterns – SOLD OUT


20 London, 02 Shepherds Bush Empire – SOLD OUT

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