Posts Tagged ‘Dizzy’

May 4, 2018

Canadian four-piece Dizzy continues to awe critics and melt our hearts with the band’s tender bedroom dream pop on new single Joshua, out today via Royal Mountain Records / Communion Music. The pellucid trickling gem follows on the heels of remarkable prior singles like Swim and Pretty Thing. Airy, lustrous guitars and soft, saccharine vocals truly leave us dazed by Dizzy and their gently heartrending, intimately stirring lullaby. 

Singer Katie Munshaw explains it’s ”a goodbye to someone who left my life unexpectedly. There’s a constant buzzing in your entire body after a relationship ends without closure. At first it chatters through to your teeth and bones, but eventually it dwindles down to a soft humming in a secret hiding spot in your heart. Coping. This song is ‘Goodbye, and thank you. I hope you’re well. This is what’s happened since you disappeared on me.’” Dizzy will be playing a series of tour dates these next few months, including stops in the UK, France, Canada, and Austin. Perhaps they’ll fit in some California shows at some point, too. One can hope…

March 23, 2018

Dizzy solidifies themselves as one of our favorite rising indie bands from Canada with their latest release, Pretty Thing. The Ontario quartet consisting of brothers Charlie and Alex, as well as Mackenzie Spencer and their friend vocalist Katie Munshaw, first caught our ears with Swim several months ago. They bring back a plenteous amount of their hazy synths, languorous riffs, crisp percussion, and silvery vocals on slow simmering Pretty Thing, straddling a fine line between alt pop and indie rock in the process. Re-visit Swim via our feature, here.

December 12, 2017

Dreamy synths, crisp percussion, and enchanting vocals invite us into Dizzy’s world on Swim. The Ontario quartet, whose ranks consist of brothers Charlie, Alex, and Mackenzie Spencer, as well as their friend, vocalist Katie Munshaw, have shared a music video for their languorous cascading indie gem. The four piece is currently wrapping up a run of North American dates with SHAED and Foreign Air, and they have much more to announce in the coming year. The phosphorescent dream pop swirler is available from major outlets, here.