Dizzy

Canadian quartet Dizzy spin an ethereal blend of dream pop that they debuted on 2018's Baby Teeth. Formed in Oshawa, Ontario, the initial seeds of the group were planted in the mid-2010s by vocalist Katie Munshaw and guitarist/drummer Charlie Spencer, who met in high school math class and collaborated as a folksy acoustic duo. Later, Spencer's brothers, guitarist Alex and bassist Mackenzie, were recruited to form the founding incarnation of Dizzy, whose indie pop style was influenced by a wide range of artists including London Grammar, Radiohead, Stars, and Alvvays. Sprouting from suburban boredom and the desire to escape, they began writing material that ended up on their debut album, Baby Teeth (Royal Mountain Records), which landed in the summer of 2018. Produced by Damian Taylor (Bjork, Arcade Fire, the Killers), Baby Teeth featured the Lorde-esque singles "Stars and Moons," "Pretty Thing," and "Swim." ~ Neil Z. Yeung

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