Canadian alternative-rock act Dilly Dally are set to play the Workman’s Club in Dublin this Wednesday night.
Taking place at the Dublin venue this Wednesday (August 31st) the gig will see Dilly Dally continue to tour their critically acclaimed debut album Sore, which garnered the group comparisons to Sonic Youth, Pixies and the Distillers.
Speaking about the lyrical content of Sore, vocalist Katie Monks says: “Lyrics are so, so important to me. But singing them clearly is not close to as important to me as the feeling of the vocal performance. The lyrics are often more like me talking to one of my best friends. Passing on important messages that I think they should know about. Music has always been my best friend, so our songs are meant to be that for someone else”
Tickets to see Dilly Dally play the Workman’s Club on Wednesday, August 31st are priced at €15 and are available via workmansclub.com.
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