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Dylan Cartlidge is teasing his upcoming EP with new bop, 'Cheerleader'

"It’s about not conforming."
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Published: 10:41 pm, July 17, 2020
Dylan Cartlidge is teasing his upcoming EP with new bop, 'Cheerleader'

Dylan Cartlidge is teasing his upcoming EP with new bop, 'Cheerleader'.

It's a cut from his ‘Yellow Brick Road’ EP, due for release on 14th August, which also features the previously released ‘Yellow Brick Road’ and third track ‘Summertime’.

“For me Cheerleader has a lot to do with self-esteem, stereotypes and finding a place to fit in," says Dylan. "The whole song is based on the way growing up and establishing your identity is displayed in Hollywood movies and how that on-screen portrayal syncs up with real life.

"Ultimately, it’s about not conforming to stereotypes and being your own Cheerleader, one that’s always rooting for your own unique flavour & individuality.”

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