Dearly Beloved

Premiere DateNov 21, 2016
00:00 Intro
01:18 Introducing Dearly Beloved
02:54 RIP Dearly Beloved
06:31 These Data Dearly Beloved
09:58 I Tried To Leave Dearly Beloved
12:20 Who Wants To Know Dearly Beloved
17:11 Strobe-Dosing Dearly Beloved
19:38 Mic Break
20:01 Interview w/ frontman, Rob Higgins (bassist/vocals)
42:05 Mic Break
42:23 Outro
43:08 Currents Dearly Beloved
47:33 Blood In The Water Dearly Beloved
51:12 Boxing Days Dearly Beloved
54:40 When You Had The Choice Dearly Beloved
58:29 Future Shock Dearly Beloved
60:38 Finish

Why hello and welcome to The Music Meetup (formerly known as Discovery Corner), brought to you by Levi’s!

Today we gather to head bang and be angry with Dearly Beloved. This Toronto-based hardcore/ metal/ punk/ rock’n’roll band throw that stereotype of sweet ole’ Canadians out the window and, pardon my language, fuck shit up on stage!

Though when BTRtoday spoke with frontman Rob Higgins (bass/vocals) all his Canadian courtesy was very much still there. However, in their sound you can feel the strong passion, anger, and frustration that the band is letting go through their music–they straight-up don’t give one shit if you have a problem with that or not.

Comprised of Higgins (vocals/bass), Niva Chow (vocals/theramin), Bobby Haseby (guitar), Lysh Haugen (guitar) and Aaron Morrice (drums), the band released a brand new album, “Admission,” just this year (produced by Dictators guitarist, Daniel Rey-The Ramones/Misfits) and it’s more badass than you could ever imagine! Filled with dark undertones and sinister feels, the melodic, yet eerie guitar riffs combined with the back-and-forth lyrical battle between Higgins and Chow create tunes that are severely head bang-inducing.

Make sure to check out Dearly Beloved on all social media pages to keep up-to-date on what they’re cooking up next and if they’re playing near you.

And don’t forget to check out the Discovery Artist feature on Dearly Beloved!

Elena Childers is BTRtoday's go-to music reporter extraordinaire. She writes Nightshift Sounds, Tune Up and The Music Meetup. She also produces and hosts The Music Meetup and New Vibrations podcasts every Monday…

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