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Meet the unforgiving badass group Dilly Dally! They’re Toronto-based, and because of that they take Drake covers to a whole new level…
Imagine if you got Patti Smith to front The Pixies, combined with the crazy on-stage energy of a young Iggy Pop. Yeah, that’s Dilly Dally.
Photo courtesy of David Waldman
The band started around seven years ago by guitarist and lead singer Katie Monks and BFF guitarist Liz Ball. Currently, they are accompanied by Jimmy Tony on bass and Benjamin Reinhartz on drums.
They started from the bottom, and now they are most definitely here. Moving into Toronto from the suburbs, Monks and Ball were so sure they were going to hit it big, but it wasn’t as easy as they anticipated.
But that didn’t stop them!
Album artwork courtesy of Dilly Dally
Last year they released their first full-length album “Sore” and it’s killer! It’s like you’re running through the six with your woes, but in a cool and punk rock way. You’ll get it when you listen to it.
Check them out on all the social media outlets like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, (@DillyDallyTO) and Bandcamp, and browse their website, (dillydallyband.com) to see where they’re headed and what they’re up to next.
And don’t forget to check out the Discovery Artist feature on Dilly Dally!
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