Dizzy - The Sun And Her ScorchRegular price $25.00
On their 2018 Juno-winning debut, Baby Teeth, Dizzy reflect on the emotional landscape of post-adolescence. The Sun and Her Scorch is a departure: where Baby Teeth was fraught with the sadness of late teenage years, TSAHS muses introspective darkness and tackles “self-heartbreak,” as frontwoman Katie Munshaw describes it.
With TSAHS, Dizzy confess their messiest, darkest emotions and spin them into a collection of warm and vulnerable tracks that you can’t help but sing along to. “With the new album especially, I’m saying things I wouldn’t ever say to anyone out loud, and now I’m going to be singing them in front of hundreds of people,” says Munshaw. “I think the main thing I’d like people to take away is the idea that everybody probably has these negative thoughts about themselves sometimes, but it’s okay—you’re really not that bad. And if there’s an underlying philosophy to our band, it’s to be confident and believe in yourself no matter what.”