Dilly Dally cover Drake’s "Know Yourself"

Dilly Dally cover Drake’s "Know Yourself"

DILLY DALLY COVER DRAKE’S “KNOW YOURSELF”

BEST OF 2015 NODS FROM NEWSWEEK, PITCHFORK, NOISEY, UPROXX, PASTE, GORILLA VS BEAR, THE FADER + MORE

DEBUT UK TOUR HAPPENING THIS MONTH

“FIRE-STARTING LONDON SET” DIY

 

“FILTHY AND FIERCE…MAGNETIC” THE GUARDIAN (4/5 STARS)

 

Dilly Dally has debuted a studio version of their scorching cover of Drake’s “Know Yourself” with New York Magazine’s Vulture. The band was first filmed playing the song at this year’s CMJ FADER Fort, which proved so popular they decided to record an official version.
After releasing their smash debut album last fall, Sore, the four piece Toronto outfit continues to build momentum. The FADER just ran a feature on their meteoric rise as part of their recurring GenF series, NPR Music picked the band’s KEXP session as a favourite, and they were featured in several year-end lists including Gorilla vs Bear’s 50 Best Albums of 2015, The FADER’s Best Songs of 2015, Paste’s 50 Best Albums of 2015, VICE Noisey’s 50 Best Songs of 2015, Newsweek’s Top 20 Albums of 2015 and a special Pitchfork Guest List version of Best of 2015 from Speedy Ortiz.
Dilly Dally kicked off a European tour with a sold out show in London last week to rave reviews from DIY, The Guardian and more. Find all upcoming tour dates here.

“The Touch”

Dilly Dally debut UK tour
22 January – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
23 January – Manchester, Castle Hotel
24 January – Glasgow, Broadcast
25 January – Birmingham, Hare and Hounds
26 January – Bristol, Louisiana
27 January – Brighton, Green Door Centre
29 January – Aldershot, West End Centre

“Purple Rage”

The LP and CD are available for purchase HERE and on iTunes HERE.

 

Praise for Dilly Dally’s debut album Sore

“…heavy swagger redolent of some of the best ever alt-rock-the Pixies’ malevolent rumble, Hole’s poisoned hard candy, and SST-style bile.” -Pitchfork (8.0)

 

“not just huge, but Pixies huge…[‘Desire’] hits that ever-elusive sweet spot between total recklessness and sly control.” -The FADER

 

“…their killer debut LP alternates between a hush and a mutant assault…what Stevie Nicks might have sounded like if she’d wandered into CBGB in 1978.” -Rolling Stone

 

“There is good left in this world, at least some of it, and it’s a band named Dilly Dally.” -VICE Noisey

 

“unsanitised, honest aggression” -The Guardian (4 stars)

 

“…a thoroughly ragged take that will help you conquer the day. Today. Any day.” -MTV

 

“Dilly Dally conjured a lost form of ’90s indie rock-think the Pixies but less precious” -Newsweek

 

“…everything you could hope for from a debut: odes to heartbreak, reinvention, sex, menstruation and cigarettes.” -Wonderland Magazine

 

“Best Bands We Saw at The 2015 CMJ Music Marathon”  -Village Voice

 

“guitarist Liz Ball’s riffs are both dextrous and searing. But it’s Katie Monks’ voice that sets them apart; a scowling moan that often sounds more distorted than the guitars.”  -Flavorwire

 

“all-hits debut album”


“Desire”

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