Listen: Dizzy drops synthy pop-forward track ‘Twist’

Catch Dizzy at The Arboretum with The Strumbellas on July 6

Toronto indie rockers Dizzy have just dropped a synth-based pop-forward track called “Twist.”

The new track sees Dizzy stepping away from the dream pop vibes of “Pretty Thing” and Swim,” moving toward a lush, anthemic tune based on energetic instrumentals. “Twist” is an emphatic tune that revolves around bass-heavy drum lines, shimmering synths, and elated vocal lines, eventually leading into a killer guitar solo.

“I wrote the first bit of ‘Twist’ in a hotel shower in Amarillo, Texas last fall,” frontwoman Katie Munshaw explains to Stereogum. “It’s about the hold someone can have over you even after they’ve left your life. ‘Twist’ marks the first time we’ve had the confidence to fully self-produce our music. We decided to give the song more of an analog sound than Baby Teeth by including drums and piano.”

Listen to “Twist” below.
 

 
Catch Dizzy at The Arboretum with The Strumbellas on July 6th.