Dilly Dally - Heaven mp3 album
|Date of release:||2018|
|MP3 album size:||1286 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1310 mb|
|Digital formats:||DMF FLAC MOD AIFF RA ADX AAC|
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I Feel Free" from Dilly Dally's new album 'Heaven' out now! . InertiaPtyLtd, PIAS, UMG, WMG (от лица компании "Partisan Records"); ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (1).
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 Went Through Hell to Get to ‘Heaven’. Before making their great new album, the Toronto band had to fight their way back to hope. By. Simon Vozick-Levinson. Inside the fourth, she finds the white Flying V guitar she used to write Dilly Dally’s excellent new album, Heaven (due out September 14th). I had to bring it into a guitar shop very guiltily, like, ‘Can you guys clean this for me? I pulled it out of a grave. It’s not exactly a subtle image, but Dilly Dally aren’t into subtlety. Their music is about big moods, harsh vibes, dark instincts
It’s another story of a young band that got a taste of success that almost destroyed them. Toronto’s Dilly Dally - singer-guitarist Katie Monks and guitarist Liz Bell (friends since they were 14), drummer Benjamin Reinhartz and bassist Jimmy Tony - almost didn't have another album after 2015’s Sore. 14, they released Heaven, a bewitching noise-rock album Monks describes as a bunch of self-help tools for people to get out of depression. The album that was produced in .
Heaven’ sees Dilly Dally battling the increasing presence of evil around them, as well as their own personal demons, and emerging the other side defiant and reborn. Dilly Dally have survived the turbulent early years of being in a band, and despite of some of the difficulties ‘Heaven’ is an album that looks up instead of down.
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.
Dilly Dally made their bite-mark at home with the melodic aggression of their 2015 debut album Sore, and abroad, Monks’s seething lyrics of passion and pain lingering on fans and critics as much as your first hickey. The album garnered international acclaim by outlets including Rolling Stone, NME, Pitchfork, The Guardian, and Noisey (duh), landing on our 50 Best Albums of 2015. But Monks picked up the second deck. I went with the angel ones because they seemed ridiculously positive, she says. In nearly dying, however, Monks and her bandmates found their way to Heaven: an arresting comeback album featuring their most naked, dynamic, and uplifting (yes, uplifting) music to date. Over some beers at The Rivoli, a venue and bar on Toronto’s live music row of Queen Street West, Monks revisits one of the lowest points Dilly Dally hit touring behind Sore.
Dilly Dally learned the hard way that it was no tougher than the rest while doggedly touring its 2015 debut, Sore, for as long as the offers to keep touring kept coming in - which turned out to be a fairly long time, since that scorching slab of grunge-indebted, metallo-punk sturm und drang wound up becoming one of the year’s most. So frontwoman and guitarist Katie Monks was determined while writing and recording Dilly Dally’s exceptional second album, Heaven - due out Sept. 14 - to bring more levity and catharsis to the proceedings this time around. If nothing else, she figured, it might help keep the band a bit healthier. With this album, I just had to dig deep inside and think ‘What do I have to say to the world right now?’ says Monks, on the line from Minneapolis hours before the kickoff of a two-month tour with California punks Fidlar.
Artwork – Cassie McNeil, Kenton Smith. Bass Guitar – Jimmy Tony. Cover, Artwork, Photography – Vanessa Heins. Dilly Dally (2). Heaven (LP, Album, Wh). Dine Alone Records. Heaven (LP, Album, Ltd, Whi).
|A1||I Feel Free|
|A5||Sorry Ur Mad|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Partisan Records LLC
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Knitting Factory Records Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dilly Dally
- Copyright (c) – Partisan Records LLC
- Copyright (c) – Knitting Factory Records Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Dilly Dally
- Lacquer Cut By – Dietrich Schoenemann
NotesIncludes poster and digital download.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 720841215615
|DAV242||Dilly Dally||Heaven (LP, Album, Wh)||Dine Alone Records||DAV242||Canada||2018|
|PTKF2156-2||Dilly Dally||Heaven (CD, Album)||Partisan Records||PTKF2156-2||US||2018|
|PTKF2156-3||Dilly Dally||Heaven (LP, Album, Ltd, Whi)||Partisan Records||PTKF2156-3||UK & US||2018|
|none||Dilly Dally||Heaven (CDr, Album, Promo)||Partisan Records||none||US||2018|