Canadian quartet Dizzy’s music broadly finds its inspiration from growing up adrift of the city, finding their place in the confines of the suburbs and reflecting on that period. The quartet are still working out how and why that upbringing has moulded them as people. It’s a blissful soundscape, anchored by the breathless nature of Katie’s vocals, and the confident, sublime backing from the brothers.

It immediately sounds exciting, far bigger than the confines of their home of Oshawa in suburban Canada, and crucially, it’s a sound that is all theirs. ‘Swim’ is almost certainly the last great song of 2017/

Vocalist Katie Munshaw: "Oshawa is dense. We all grew up in modern suburbia so there's an arm's length between my neighbour's house and mine. Making music always stemmed from my being overly sensitive about everything, so when you're that close to so many people you're bound to meet the essential characters that screw you up enough to start writing about them. Oshawa introduced me to friendship and heartache and change, while keeping me bored enough to sit at home and write about it."

Dizzy have also revealed the whimsical video to accompany their dreamy new single ‘Swim’. The band manage to visualise the deep, enveloping tones into shades of purple and blue with added ethereal elements as dancers projected in the cosmos surround vocalist Katie Munshaw.

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