DYLAN hyperlinks up with Bastille on new monitor “Liar, Liar”

DYLAN and Dan Smith (Bastille) met while on the street for a current tour, on which she supported Bastille throughout the UK. The pair shaped a robust friendship, later working collectively throughout a writing stint at Decoy Studios in Suffolk, the place “Liar, Liar” got here to fruition.

“We would written 9 songs that week and I used to be satisfied I’d burnt myself out,” explains DYLAN. “Dan (Bastille) arrived on the Friday morning and I introduced the final thought in my head, which was actually simply the ‘liar liar liar liar’ a part of the track, and every little thing got here to kind fairly shortly from there.

“The track is about deception from somebody that you just put your full belief in. When it got here to recording the vocals, I very sheepishly instructed Dan recorded the second verse, simply in case he wished to be part of it, which fortunately he ended up doing! What’s so beautiful about this track is it was written a few months in the past, in a matter of hours, with no pre-plan on it being a function. Usually songs take enormous quantities of time to see the sunshine of day, however this one managed to slide by the cracks in a short time, with certainly one of my favorite artists being part of it.”

Talking about collaboration with DYLAN, Dan Smith of Bastille provides: “I had the most effective, finest time making this track with DYLAN and everybody. We have been all dancing ‘around the studio like idiots the entire day, it was properly enjoyable (I’m not a dancing around the studio type of individual).”