Emotive and soulful, Dylan Sinclair’s “Lifetime” is beautifully written piece that explores the challenges that appear on the road from childhood to adulthood. Backed by a guitar infused soundscape, the 20-year-old opens about his fears and questions that arise within his heart as he makes this step in his life.
“Will I be enough for a lifetime?/I’m not insecure, I’m just saying ’cause/In this world I’m in things are changing/Might be famous one day/That’s a lot to handle on its own,” he sings.
“I hope I don’t change/I hope I don’t change like the wind/I hope you don’t miss who I am one day/You don’t have a clue what you’re saying/I hope I don’t change.”
“Lifetime” is the ultimate precursor to his upcoming EP, No Longer In The Suburbs. The Toronto native has positioned the project as an intimate exploration of what lies ahead for him as he looks to take his music career to new heights. As he pursues his music dreams, questions about what stardom and adulthood hold for him arise.
“No Longer in the Suburbs really represents the search for that stimulation, that faster life or those experiences that when you’re old, you get to look back on them and be like, yeah, I did that and with people that I love,” he said in a recent press release.
Check out “Lifetime” below before No Longer In The Suburbs drops on May 11, 2022.