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Dilly Dally Share New 'Heaven' Single Doom

Thursday, 06 September 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Michelle Homonylo

Dilly Dally have shared Doom, another face-melting track from their new album.

'Heaven', the follow up to their 2015 debut, 'Sore', will arrive on September 14 through Partisan. Discussing its latest cut, singer and guitarist Katie Monks said:

"The song is about preserving your spirit despite all odds. When your friends are out of reach, and you feel like you could fall forever into a deep depression, this song is asking you to catch yourself. It’s so hard to admit sometimes that we are all fragile. And it’s up to each of us as individuals, to take responsibility for our own happiness.

Even if glimpses of beauty seem few and far between. Hold on to those moments as though they were a part of your own body, and crucial to your existence. Because...they are."

The single lives up to its name, with a doomy, grunge-influenced soundscape backing Monks' reverb soaked guttural cries.

The band will begin their North American tour with FIDLAR on September 7 in Minneapolis and this autumn will return to the UK as part of their European tour, calling at London's Sebright Arms on October 9.

Dilly Dally Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue October 09 2018 - LONDON Sebright Arms

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