(See Full Dates Below)

January 7, 2022 (Los Angeles, CA) – In the collision of eras and styles, DYLYN comes to life. With influences that range from Blondie to Black Sabbath, DYLYN (aka Gwendolyn Lewis) has created a unique style that pulls together raw, rock n’ roll energy with infections pop hooks. DYLYN shares “Hellbound,” the latest single released from an upcoming album (TBA 2022 via Nettwerk Records). “’Hellbound’ is a sort of conjuring of the night. Leaning into elements of the earth and universe that express the dance with music and the muse,” says DYLYN.

DYLYN will be joining Mother Mother on their sold-out North American tour that starts today in Houston, TX. This will be DYLYN’s first time performing in the US. Before wrapping up in Atlanta, GA, the six-week tour criss-crosses around the US. 

“Hellbound” follows ”Hurt,” a single co-written with Ryan Guldemond (of Mother Mother). “Hellbound” is available at all digital retailers here:

Tour Dates:

Fri., Jan 7         Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall

Sat., Jan 8        Austin, TX @ Scoot Inn

Sun., Jan 9       Dallas, TX @ Hifi

Tues., Jan 11    Phoenix, AZ @ Van Buren

Wed., Jan 12    San Diego, CA @ Music Box

Thurs., Jan 13   Los Angeles, CA @ Regent

Sat., Jan 15      San Francisco, CA @ Fillmore

Mon., Jan 17     Portland, OR @ Wonder

Tues., Jan 18    Seattle, WA @ Neptune

Fri., Jan 21       Denver, CO @ Summit

Sun., Jan 23     Chicago, IL @ Metro

Tues., Jan 25    Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew’s

Wed., Jan 26    Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom

Fri., Jan 28       Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom

Sun., Jan 30     Boston, MA @ Paradise

Tues., Feb 1     Philadelphia, PA @ Foundry (Early & Late Shows)

Wed., Feb 2      New York, NY @ Irving Plaza

Fri., Feb 4         Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club

Sat., Feb 5        Charlotte, NC @ Underground

Sun., Feb 6       Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade (Heaven)

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What The Press Is Saying About DYLYN:
“Breathe, like fully breathe. It's a thing we often forget to do in times of stress. Music, thankfully, can help and DYLYN's latest will do just that” - NYLON
“Shifting gears from aspiring electropop princess to rock 'n' rule dream queen, Toronto's DYLYN is re-examining her life while searching for truth with a new song and a very scary-good music video.” - PopMatters
“If Lana Del Rey had a darker, edgier-sounding musician sister (assuming it’s possible to sing even edgier and darker love songs about loneliness) then singer/songstress DYLYN is your girl” – Galore
“a pulsating pop thumper embracing Diplo styled production, a punk edge, and DYLYN's sultry vocals”
Indie Shuffle
“DYLYN deals in big statements: cascading beats, quirky panpipe-y synths, and 100mph choruses all melt together” – Line of Best Fit
“Toronto alt-pop artist DYLYN broke through last year, with each passing release seeming to connect with a global audience” - CLASH
“Gwendolyn Lewis, who releases music under the stage name DYLYN, is a rising rock artist from Toronto who has continued to build herself a fanbase” – Ones To Watch
"DYLYN perfectly recreates the frantic feeling of deep emotional pain in such a way that feels both accepting of its existence and supportive in dealing with it." - Soft Sound Press

About DYLYN:
Music oscillates as time does. Moods and motifs repeat at different junctures in time as they mold the future. A confluence of eras, styles, and emotions collide in DYLYN. The Vancouver-based singer, songwriter, and disruptor fuses moments of elation, agony, ecstasy, and triumph into an anachronistic symphony of indie-pop melodies, industrial-inflected heavy rock, and anthemic alternative. (If she stepped out of the screen of some long-lost David Lynch film about Lollapalooza 1993, no one would question it!). Her 2022 full-length debut album cements that vision. In 2018, she uncovered her independent debut EP, Sauvignon, and a Kimono. Impacting multiple strata of culture, the lead single “Secret” tallied millions of Spotify streams and inspired thousands of fan videos throughout the anime community, including Gacha Life, where she received her avatar. She remained prolific with a pair of EPs—Let You and Only Us—before the EP Make It Naked in 2021. Along the way, she architected what would become her next release. In between holding down a job in construction, she lived in a creative hive alongside various other artists and continued to write. Eventually, she hit the studio with producers Ryan Guldemond (of Mother Mother) and Parker Bossley (bassist for The Mounties, Hot Hot Heat). Out of those depths, DYLYN has created an album that “touches on subjects that people are a little uncomfortable with like social anxiety, sexual anxiety, and depression,” she reveals. “When you listen to me, I want you to get a sense of nostalgia, but you connect to the songs and apply them to your life,” she leaves off. “I hope I made a record that destroys you, blows up your mind, and makes you feel all of these emotions.”  In the collision of eras and styles, DYLYN comes to life.
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