Dylan Joel is blossoming. Following his successful 2015 debut (and triple j feature album), ‘Authentic Lemonade’, and a string of national tours, this young artist has re-emerged in 2018 with a refreshed sound and an update on what makes him such an “undeniable talent” (TheMusic.com.au).

 

Both ‘Done Witchu’ and ‘Hollering Love’ showcase Joel’s incredible songwriting skills, crafty lyrics and deft wordplay. ‘Done Witchu’ offers a gritty throwback for his fanbase, complete with a moodily-lit, edgy video; while focus single ‘Hollering Love’ is an extension of the hooky earworms as hinted in previous single Run To The River, with the video echoing the themes of love and positivity explored in its lyrics. Both tracks are the follow-up to February’s Run To The River, which appeared on numerous Apple Music and Spotify “New Music Friday” playlists worldwide.

 

With the striking accompanying visuals – both directed by Grey Ghost – Dylan Joel’s next step is more of a giant leap. Of the video for Hollering Love, Grey Ghost said: “At a time full of paranoia, particularly about gangs and what is deemed as suspicious activity, I loved the concept of a clique that seem to be up to no good, but are in fact planning an act of love. The truth is this world has more people wanting to do good than wanting to inflict harm.”

Dylan Joel is blossoming. Following his successful 2015 debut (and triple j feature album), ‘Authentic Lemonade’, and a string of national tours, this young artist has re-emerged in 2018 with a refreshed sound and an update on what makes him such an “undeniable talent” (TheMusic.com.au).

 

Both ‘Done Witchu’ and ‘Hollering Love’ showcase Joel’s incredible songwriting skills, crafty lyrics and deft wordplay. ‘Done Witchu’ offers a gritty throwback for his fanbase, complete with a moodily-lit, edgy video; while focus single ‘Hollering Love’ is an extension of the hooky earworms as hinted in previous single Run To The River, with the video echoing the themes of love and positivity explored in its lyrics. Both tracks are the follow-up to February’s Run To The River, which appeared on numerous Apple Music and Spotify “New Music Friday” playlists worldwide.

 

With the striking accompanying visuals – both directed by Grey Ghost – Dylan Joel’s next step is more of a giant leap. Of the video for Hollering Love, Grey Ghost said: “At a time full of paranoia, particularly about gangs and what is deemed as suspicious activity, I loved the concept of a clique that seem to be up to no good, but are in fact planning an act of love. The truth is this world has more people wanting to do good than wanting to inflict harm.”