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Dylan shares new live video of ‘You’re Not Harry Styles’

Dylan performs live at KOKO (Picture: Tom Oxley)
Dylan performs live at KOKO (Picture: Tom Oxley)

Dylan has shared a new live rendition of her track ‘You’re Not Harry Styles’, recorded during the singer’s sold out show at London’s KOKO late last year. You can watch it below, exclusively on Rolling Stone UK.

The video sees the hotly-tipped singer in full flight as she delivers a powerful performance of the guitar-led break-up anthem.

“Tonight London, I would like to dedicate this song to each and every one of your exes,” she tells the crowd at the start of the performance.

The track originally debuted in 2021 and went on to feature on Dylan’s No Romeo EP, which arrived in 2022.

Describing the track, Dylan previously explained how it was inspired by an experience of “being messed around by someone.”

“It’s my way of describing that moment of realisation when it clicks that someone isn’t worth the frustration and hurt they’re causing you… Especially when they’re not of the standard that Harry Styles has set. Writing this song gave me the empowerment to get back my self-worth,” she said.

At the time of recording the latest video, the KOKO show marked Dylan’s biggest live to date. A mere three months later, she has followed it with two sold-out dates at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire earlier this week.

She has also released her soaring new track ‘Every Heart But Mine’ which features an all-star choir of Cat Burns, Rachel Chinouriri, Mae Muller and more.

“I have been waiting for this song to come out forever because for me, it is the biggest confidence booster of a lyric,” Dylan explained in a press statement. “I think the song has many meanings behind it. I see it as a reference to love, as a reference to career moves and as a ‘you have no idea what i’m capable of’ feeling.

“I felt like there was something missing in the track, so I invited some of my favourite artists that I’d been hanging out with – who all happen to be incredible women – to sing harmonies and backing vocals on the song. It was everything the track needed.” Listen to the new track here.