DYLN drops "Without You", an earnest and self-empowering pick me up
Fiercely independent female songstress Stef Lang, better know as DYLN, has dropped her latest EP, 'Chapter 1: The Truth'. "Without You", the standout track on the release yields an alt-pop style and candid songwriting style that dwells on the deep setbacks of life.
Canadian born and bred, Lang's home guitar lessons and interest in poetry were the childhood catalysts that set her eyes on a career in music. Swapping the artful spaces of Vancouver Island for the entertainment economy of Los Angeles, the 29-year-old built up an artistic catalogue stateside, as a singer, songwriter and producer.
Seeking out collaborative work and gaining publishing contracts, Lang has propelled her career forward, receiving countless synch deals for film and television companies, and turning out four full-length albums and six extended plays, including 'Chapter 1: The Truth'.
"Without You" has secured DYLN spots on 3 influential playlists
Hammering home the sonically synonymous style of DYLN's music, "Without You' bridges the genre gap once again. Amalgamating a contemporary R&B production value, with bright layering beats antagonistic to the poignant piano melodies, DYLN mulls over a sense of self-seasoned sadness and a newfangled ability to stand on her own two feet. Picking up features on 'Just Vibing' and 'It's A Bop', among 3 influential playlists, DYLN has picked up over 90,000 playlist followers this week (Instrumental Music Scouting Platform).