Toronto rockers, Dilly Dally, have taken the music world by storm with the release of their debut album, Sore. Sultry screeches and grunge-soaked rhythms lure you in, while pop hooks and catchy beats invite you to stay, washing over you like an uncharacteristically warm day. Their performances are equally enticing, but with an added roughness that attempts to belie the polished recordings. However, both exude a confidence so rarely observed in young bands. Dilly Dally see a bright future ahead of them and they’re not going to stop until they reach it.