Canadian musician DYLYN reverts our notion of the wolf by stepping into the predator role in her new single “Wolf.” It is an 80s-inspired, punk garage piece where the bursting disco beats and sinister smokiness washes us with the carnal lust we get on the dancefloor under the purple lights. Stream below:
“This song was the aftermath of a shitty breakup and my family divide. It was as if the universe was telling me to rebel and revert to autopilot. Shutting my feelings off for a little while was a much easier way to live – misery loves a hot guy.” shared DYLYN.
“Wolf” is from DYLYN’s upcoming debut EP, Sauvignon and a Kimono, which will be out on February 23rd.
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