Dilly Dally are bringing new album ‘Heaven’ to London for a small show at the Sebright Arms next week, and have now announced they’re set to return for a nationwide tour alongside European dates early next year.
The run kicks off in Leeds on 24th January, features a London show on the 30th at The Garage and runs until mid-February all across the continent.
In addition to the new dates, the band have shared a fancy new video for ‘Heaven’ highlight ‘Doom’.
In the new clip, Katie Monks and bandmates head into the woods with lit torches. All very fancy.
“This video is meant to introduce the more psychedelic, and darker aspects of Heaven,” she says of the new clip.
“There were a lot of ‘dark clouds’ (representing depression, death, and a chaotic political climate) that we had to work through as individuals before we could create music together again. This video for ‘Doom’ shows the band resorting to some sort of magic, or sorcery in order to find that strength. The white birds are only meant to symbolise breaking free of your surroundings, and moving forward on your own journey.”
Watch the new video and view the UK and European dates below. Catch up with our interview with Katie for the September issue of DIY below.
03 Berlin, Maze Club
04 Rotterdam, V11
05 Brussels, Botanique
08 Paris, Espace B
09 London, Sebright Arms
24 Leeds, Headrow House
25 Leicester, The Cookie
26 Manchester, Night People
28 Oxford, The Bullingdon
29 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
30 London, The Garage
31 Brighton, Hope & Ruin
02 Liege, La Zone
04 Koln, Blue Shell
05 Wiesbaden, Kesselhaus
06 Prague, Café V Iese
07 Vienna, Chelsea Club
09 Basel, Hirscheneck
11 Amsterdam, Paradiso
12 Hamburg, Molotow
14 Copenhagen, Loppen
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