“Sunflower,” the new single from emerging Canadian band Dizzy is out now via Royal Mountain Records. “Sunflower” was produced by Dizzy and mixed by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Florence + The Machine), marking the first new music since the release of their 2018 debut album, Baby Teeth. Of the song, front woman Katie Munshaw explains, “‘Sunflower’ is a three and a half minute ‘snap out of it!’ to myself when I’m feeling low, unconfident or not myself.” Listen/share the track HERE.
Additionally, the band confirms select UK and European tour dates with Oh Wonder. The run of shows include performances in Glasgow, Manchester, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin and more. See below for complete tour dates.
Baby Teeth was Dizzy’s coming of age story, set in the dense suburban sprawl of their hometown Oshawa, ON. Their influences and lyrics were both personal and universal in a way that could speak to anyone who has dealt with the anxieties of small-town ennui. The album won the Juno Award for Alternative Album of the Year in 2019 and garnered international praise from the likes of Apple Beats 1, NME, DIY, Uproxx, The Times of London and Stereogum, who described the music as “a dreamier update of Lorde’s sleek, minimalist pop-rock.” They have also toured with the likes of Death Cab for Cutie, Oh Wonder, Tokyo Police Club and U.S. Girls.
Joined by the trio of brothers who make up the rest of Dizzy—drummer Charlie Spencer and his siblings Alex (guitar) and Mackenzie (bass)—Munshaw is soon to release new music exploring an even more tangled landscape of feelings.
March 3—Glasgow, UK—SWG3 Studio Warehouse
March 4—Manchester, UK—Albert Hall
March 6—Bristol, UK—O2 Academy Bristol
March 7—Birmingham, UK—O2 Institute
March 9— London, UK—O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
March 11—Brussels, BE—Ancienne Belgique
March 1—Paris, FR—Alhambra
March 13—Amsterdam, NL—Paradiso
March 15—Koln, DE—Live Music Hall
March 16—Hamburg, DE—Grosse Freiheit 36
March 17—Berlin, DE—Astra Kulturehaus
*w/ Oh Wonder
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