Emerging Canadian-based band Dizzy’s video for “Beatrice” debuts today; watch/share it here: https://youtu.be/TM2Hr0oWNJw. The track appears on the band’s latest album, The Sun and Her Scorch, which is out now to critical praise on Royal Mountain Records.

“The ‘Beatrice’ video was unique to do because we were actually playing our instruments. In most music videos you’re meant to only pretend like you’re playing but Ryan was really keen on making the performance feel genuine- and after being apart for so long due to COVID we were stoked to be able to just hang out together and jam for a few hours. Having our gear plugged in for hours made the mirror room extremely hot and by the last take we were sweaty and tired and a little buzzed- so basically, we got our tour fix despite the looming pandemic outside the studio,” notes frontwoman Katie Munshaw

Listen to the World Cafe interview/performance HERE

Listen to the New Sounds interview/performance HERE

“Putting a skip in the step of their indie-adjacent balladry, Dizzy have landed on a pleasingly vibrant sound reminiscent of Maggie Rogers and Soccer Mommy.” –Sterogum  

“With their second full-length, Dizzy have built upon the magic-laden suburbia found on their debut album, this time crafted with gentler hands and a sharper knife.” –The Line Of Best Fit

“There is naivety and honesty to their lyrics as they experience life as young people in today’s society. Their lyricism paired with their dreamy indie-pop sound, is a perfect combination and we definitely suggest listening to their tracks in the sunshine. You really do just get lost in the wonderful music they’re making!” –MTV  

“Heart-wrenchingly honest, but always hopeful, Munshaw’s delicate dichotomy of innermost self-exploration is at the forefront of new single, ‘The Magician’...Here’s hoping Munshaw never stops believing in magic.”
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“Rising through the ranks, the group has become more tactile in their craft. However, with that experience comes a change in personal circumstances, bringing inspiration for lyrical content. Baby Teeth is rooted in high school heartbreak, but as a group, they’ve matured and moved into a new space.” —American Songwriter

“Swathed in amber rays of late afternoon sun, the delightfully nostalgic track
conjures flashes of those deliciously restless teenage years. Katie Munshaw’s lulling vocals paired with Alex Spencer’s ethereal guitar parts recall late 90s-era female-fronted indie-pop bands such as Sixpence None the Richer and The Corrs.”
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“There is a sense of fresh nostalgia that rests over much of the record, one where memories of being a teenage dirtbag are still close enough to be touched. Ghosts of the recent past spark through ‘Roman Candles,’ while ‘The Magician’ manages to be both beautifully sad and light of touch. Being a member of their heartbreak club never felt so good.” –Dork

“…a devastating beautiful and profoundly personal full-length album they produced by themselves as a little recognition helped develop their maturity, self-confidence and sense of purpose.” —PopMatters 

Recorded at Quebec’s Mechanicland Studios and in frontwoman Katie Munshaw’s mother’s basement, The Sun and Her Scorch was produced by Dizzy and mixed by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Florence + The Machine). Describing their recording process as “totally challenging and completely rewarding,” the band took an entirely self-directed approach to every aspect of the album’s creation, introducing a more kinetic energy into their sound through their lavish use of live instrumentation. Tapping into their increased sense of closeness and confidence, the band brings its truth-telling to confessions of insecurity, resentment and fear of failure.

Of The Sun and Her Scorch, Munshaw says, “Baby Teeth, [our first record,] was all about the confusion and sadness of my late teens, but this one is more about the qualities about myself that I’m not very proud of. I wanted to be completely honest about the things nobody ever wants to admit, like being jealous of your friends or pushing away the people who love you. So instead of being about romantic heartbreak, it’s really about self-heartbreak.”

Though they formed in 2015, Dizzy’s origins lie in the longtime friendship between Munshaw and the band’s drummer Charlie Spencer, who met in ninth-grade math class and later sang together in the school choir. Upon graduating high school, the two decided to sidestep the university path and start a band, enlisting Charlie’s siblings Mackenzie (bass) and Alex (guitar) and getting their start gigging in local bars. After playing one of their very first shows in Toronto, Dizzy landed a deal with Royal Mountain Records.

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 while the group found Baby Teeth included on the Polaris Music Prize 2019 Long List. The band has since toured with the likes of Death Cab for Cutie, Oh Wonder, Tokyo Police Club and U.S. Girls.

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1. Worms 
2. Sunflower 
3. Good and Right
4. The Magician 
5. Beatrice 
6. Roman Candles
7. Lefty
8. Primrose Hill
9. Daylight Savings Time
10. Ten 
11. Worms II