Dilly Dally - Marijuana album flac
Style: Alternative Rock
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Heaven by Dilly Dally, released 14 September 2018 1. I Feel Free 2. Doom 3. Believe 4. Sober Motel 5. Sorry Ur Mad 6. Marijuana 7. Pretty Cold 8. Bad Biology 9. Heaven. Travis Button No bullshit was just listening to Sore yesterday thinking, "Dilly Dally must be coming out with a new album sometime soon. Been waiting since 2015 for this!! sultry-creeps.
Dilly Dally are, above all else, a band that understand the transcendent potential of guitar noise, and they wield it expertly here. Written amid a period of intra-band tumult, Dilly Dally’s thrilling second album foregrounds frontwoman Kate Monks’ singular voice as she riffs on themes of power, sex, confidence, and self-care.
Published: 4:21 pm, November 13, 2018Words: Sam Taylor. Dilly Dally have released a new video for their track ‘Marijuana’. It’s the latest cut from the band’s new album 'Heaven’, which came out just a few weeks ago and will see them tour the UK in January. Singer/guitarist Katie Monks says of the clip: "We’ve been inhaling so much fear and hate from our televisions, our leaders, social medi. don’t know about you, but the anxiety and eventual depression became overbearing.
Dilly Dally is a Canadian alternative rock band from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The band consists of guitarist and vocalist Katie Monks, guitarist Liz Ball, bassist Jimmy Tony and drummer Benjamin Reinhartz. The band released their debut album Sore on October 9, 2015 through Partisan Records and Buzz Records. The album was a longlisted nominee for the 2016 Polaris Music Prize, and a Juno Award nominee for Alternative Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2017.
Anxiety and depression fuel Dilly Dally’s animated, escape fantasy for Marijuana. The new single appears on their sophomore album, Heaven, which was released in September. In the visual, singer-guitarist Katie Monks peruses trippy landscapes, cries white-noise and is engulfed in flames as she belts the cathartic chorus. We’ve been inhaling so much fear and hate from our televisions, our leaders, social media.
Dilly Dally wrote Heaven amid a period of intra-band tumult, and even as the album breathes deeply, its best songs betray those struggles. Heaven riffs on themes of power and sex, of confidence and self-care. But self-care is not soft on Heaven; it’s shrill, life or death, a leaden riff. Couldn’t believe/Nothing but what’s inside. As the song breaks down gloriously, Marijuana adopts a destabilizing feeling that is patently gorgeous, as if attuned to a deeper sensitivity of sound. Monks has said, If the band died and went to heaven, this is the album we would make, and Marijuana is indeed its most heavenly moment. Monks penned Sober Motel as a celebration of sobriety, she wrote in a statement, in the midst of an industry that is anything but.
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