Dizzy are an up and coming band from Oshawa, Ontario, who have caught our attention with their first two singles 'Swim' and 'Pretty Thing'. Today they make it three for three with their tingling new ode, 'Joshua'.

Vocalist Katie Munshaw describes Joshua as, ”a goodbye to someone who left my life unexpectedly. There's a constant buzzing in your entire body after a relationship ends without closure. At first it chatters through to your teeth and bones, but eventually it dwindles down to a soft humming in a secret hiding spot in your heart. Coping. This song is ‘Goodbye, and thank you. I hope you're well. This is what's happened since you disappeared on me.’”

That nostalgia-fitted longing and looking back is resplendent in the sonics of 'Joshua'. The simplistic guitar core illustrates an image of Munshaw in her bedroom, wistfully looking out the window, lost between memories of her former friend and thoughts about all that has happened in his absence. Augmented by delicately interwoven synths, 'Joshua' carries you on a journey of self-reflection, perfectly tiptoeing the line between regret and elation.

Dizzy have signed to Communion Records and promise news of a debut album in the near future. They'll be heading to the UK for the first time this month to play a couple of dates:

May 15 - Bermondsey Social Club - London, UK (w/ Boniface)
May 16 – Omeara, London (w/ Nombe, San Scout, and Aaron Taylor)
May 17 - Great Escape Festival - Brighton, UK
May 18 - Great Escape Festival - Brighton, UK

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