Texas singer-songwriter Dylan Gossett releases highly anticipated new single “Bitter Winds”
AUSTIN, TEXAS – Following the release of his debut EP No Better Time last fall and a slew of recent critical acclaim from the likes of The New York Times, Billboard, GRAMMY.com, and more, breakout 24-year-old Texas singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Dylan Gossett returns today with his new single “Bitter Winds,” out now via Big Loud Texas / Mercury Records.
Gossett has been teasing the song on socials and performing it during his live shows, as fans’ excitement and anticipation has continued to grow for the official release of the track.
Of the song, Gossett says: “‘Bitter Winds’ is a song reflecting on these past few months and how time moves fast in general. Sometimes you wish it could just slow down, even though you know it never will.”
Gossett’s breakout smash hit single “Coal” recently debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 — the rising artist’s first entry on the Hot 100 chart in his career. It has gathered over 115 million global streams to date, and also recently rose back to its peak of No. 26 on Billboard‘s Hot Country Songs Chart and re-entered the Spotify US Top 200 Chart.
Written, recorded, produced, and mixed by Gossett himself in his bedroom, No Better Time showcases the breadth of the Austin native’s talents. The EP, which debuted at No. 7 on Billboard‘s Heatseekers Albums Chart upon release, also features fan favorites “Beneath Oak Trees” and “Flip A Coin.”
Gossett recently wrapped his first-ever Australian tour supporting Noah Kahan, performing to thousands of fans every night. Next up, he will embark on another first this spring — his headline No Better Time Tour, which is completely sold-out. Kicking off on Feb. 26 in Dublin, the tour will make stops in London, Chicago, Washington, D.C., New York, Atlanta, Nashville, and in cities across Texas—see the full list of tour dates below. This spring, he will also make his first festival appearances at SXSW in Austin, Tortuga Music Festival in Ft. Lauderdale, Two Step Inn in Georgetown, and more, as well as open for Midland on select dates.
Not to mention, The New York Times Popcast recently named Gossett one of their “2024 Artists To Watch” — listen here.