Dilly Dally unveil "Snakehead" video

Dilly Dally unveil "Snakehead" video




After taking SXSW by storm, Dilly Dally share a new video for their track “Snake Head“. The video was directed by Scott Cudmore and features a set of captions that offers an alternative stream-of-consciousness such as “Music videos are bullshit. What a waste of time. What a waste of money.”
Along with the visual, the band has announced new North American tour dates including Capitol Hill Block Party, SappyFest and Arboretum Festival. Check out the video here and their full touring route here.

Dilly Dally SXSW Coverage

“With a live set that surpasses the ferocity of their LP, the four-piece is already building a reputation as can’t-miss live performers”

– Billboard

“If SX is a hive of buzz bands, consider Dilly Dally one of the queen bees”

– Elle Magazine

“This band straight up rocks, and they’re a show that must be seen”

– Paste Magazine

“The buzziest Toronto act at South by Southwest other than Drake was this punk band”

– Entertainment Weekly

About debut album Sore

Sore is a dynamic album that rarely lets up; it is both heavy and melodic, with pop sensibilities that shine through the noise. After years of rotating members (founding member & lead guitarist Liz Ball and vocalist and guitarist Katie Monks have traded out three drummers and bassists), they have settled with Benjamin Reinhartz on drums and Jimmy Tony on bass. Dilly Dally plays like one person, a unit that works to infect the audience. Their debut is strong, due in part to production from Josh Korody (Fucked Up, Greys) and Leon Taheny (Owen Pallett, Austra, Dusted). On it, Monks and crew manage to allude to Sonic Youth, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Distillers, and The Pogues. Monks calls Sore “All that and a bag of weed.”
“Sore is an album about rebirth,” she says, “hence its disgusting guitar tones and constant moaning. What can I say, happiness is a struggle, but the last thing I’d ever want you or anyone else to do is give up that fight.”
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”  -Brooklyn Vegan

“Know Yourself” (Drake cover) https://soundcloud.com/partisan-records/dilly-dally-know-yourself-cover

“The Touch” video https://youtu.be/H97lKyX9ODs

“Purple Rage” video https://youtu.be/CGyRZ8wtsdw

“Purple Rage” https://soundcloud.com/partisan-records/dilly-dally-purple-rage/

“Desire” video https://youtu.be/lMrZi0whVpM

“Desire” https://soundcloud.com/partisan-records/dillydally-desire/



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