Dilly Dally Plays Songs From Sophomore Album ‘Heaven’ At CPR’s OpenAir

April 10, 2019
Photo: Katie Monks of Dilly DallyPhoto: CPR/Hart Van Denburg
Katie Monks of Dilly Dally

Dilly Dally released its sophomore album, "Heaven," last September. The Toronto band takes on subjects like trauma, depression, sexism and angst behind punk and grunge-inspired guitars. The record came together after a difficult tour cycle that nearly ended the group. 

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Dilly Dally visited the CPR Performance Studio before a show at Denver's Larimer Lounge. The band members played four songs from "Heaven" and spoke with Bruce Trujillo about taking a break to focus on mental health, the band's newfound optimism and working with a new producer to tweak their sound.  

Stream the session above.

Songs performed:

  • "Heaven"
  • "Sober Motel"
  • "Marijuana"
  • "Bad Biology"

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