“Only Us” is a new style for DYLYN, from what I’ve heard, and it shows a whole new edge to the Canadian artist. The ballad walks the line between pop and rock, carried by the singer’s somber vocals, and emotional lyrics.
The song has a weight that reminds me of classic rock ballads, with a modern twist on the tone, and DYLYN’s video for the single reminds me a lot of the style of 90s videos that matches her mood perfectly.
Gwendolyn Lewis is the artist behind DYLYN. Growing up listening to classic rockers, like Led Zeppelin and Blondie, heavily influenced her 2018 debut EP, Sauvignon In a Kimono, and seems to have an influence on her work today, too. In 2020, her indie rock single, “Call Me What You Want” took her sound to the next level, with more of a modern rock influence; hard-edged, with a killer beat.
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