Live Video: Dilly Dally

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Janice Headley
photo by Tori Dickson (view set)

As Toronto-based teens, best buds Katie Monks and Liz Ball would sneak off to the park to play guitar. What started as a secret has now become broadcast around the world on KEXP: as Toronto quartet Dilly Dally, Monks and Ball channel their '90s influences into fierce, grunge-inspired pop, spotlighting Monks' whisper-to-a-scream vocal style. It's no surprise their debut album, Sore, out now on Partisan Records, has the confidence it does. "We started writing music together when we were 19, and we're 26 now," Monks reflected. "It's been a long road, and will be crazy-longer in the future." For now, enjoy the present with this powerful in-studio session:

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