Fresh off the back of dropping her new track, ‘No Romeo’, Dylan has announced a new batch of headline UK dates for later this year.
The new track, which arrived on Friday, serves as the title track of an EP set to arrive on 8th April. It follows on from previous singles ‘Nineteen’, ‘Someone Else’ and ‘You’re Not Harry Styles’.
Speaking about the song, Dylan explains: “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.”
The new headline tour comes after three sold-out shows this month, and kicks off on 31st October at Glasgow’s King Tuts. She’ll then play dates in Manchester, Birmingham, Norwich, Bristol and Brighton, as well as a headline date at London’s Koko on 7th November.
Tickets for the shows go on sale at 10am on Friday, 18th February.
Dylan’s upcoming shows read:
20 Manchester @ The Deaf Institute – SOLD OUT
22 London @ The Garage – SOLD OUT
23 Bristol @ Rough Trade – SOLD OUT
31 Glasgow @ King Tuts
2 Newcastle @ Cluny
4 Manchester @ Gorilla
5 Birmingham @ Institute 3
6 Norwich @ Waterfront Studios
7 London @ KOKO
9 Bristol @ The Fleece
10 Brighton @ Patterns