The Sun and Her Scorch

Dizzy - The Sun and Her Scorch
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Based on 13 ratings
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July 31, 2020 / Release Date
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Royal Mountain Records / Label
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JacksonLerner
80
for dizzy’s sophomore release, it’s a continuation of their trademark dream pop sound of atmospheric indie pop. Amsterdam magic is in the hooks (@‘the magician’), and Katie Munshaw steadies the wave of success from their juno award winning debut

after a wedding like intro, the lyrics and orchestration of ‘ten’ sums up the feelings of this album: the words provide a poet’s soul with melody shining through the melancholy:

‘[Verse 1]
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Valeyard
75
Real slow burner.
Gets interesting about halfway through.
SteveGodin
90
This is what a 2nd album should be. Dizzy's overall sound has evolved while retaining everything that made their first batch of songs so great. I grew up in their hometown and can personally relate to a lot of the references, but there's something objectively relatable and comforting about their music. Even the more melancholy tracks have a brightness to them, elevated by Katie's vocal style and lyrics.
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Track List

  1. Worms
  2. Sunflower
  3. Good and Right
  4. The Magician
  5. Beatrice
  6. Roman Candles
  7. Lefty
  8. Primrose Hill
  9. Daylight Savings Time
  10. Ten
  11. Worms II
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Added on: April 25, 2020