Ever since they first emerged with their stunning breakthrough debut LP 'Baby Teeth' in 2020, Canadian outfit Dizzy have been treated as one of the more euphoric and innovative names doing the rounds. Comprised of three brothers alongside one of their closest friends, the band's sound has clearly been crafted over years of broad and explorative ingenuity, cemented perfectly with their rousing sophomore collection 'The Sun And Her Scorch' in 2020. But now they look to enter a new phase on their new self-titled studio album, a record that broadens their musical horizons from start to finish.
Choosing to self-name a release, especially one after a few years of tremendous output, usually indicates a more personal and intimate offering, and this is exactly how 'Dizzy' feels. Essentially declaring this new music as their true and honest sound, they quickly find a whole host of fascinating aesthetics in which to explore and deliver one of their more confident records to date. Brimming with a fresh and engaging energy throughout, it feels like a release where they have truly found their stride and look to push it as far as it will go.
Much like 'The Sun And Her Scorch', this new outing is just another step into a rich and creative space that feels more innovative at every turn. Branching out towards a more illustrious and warming atmosphere throughout, 'Dizzy' is a strong and resilient listen that rarely finds itself struggling to keep its head above water.