Dizzy

Wed Oct 20 2021

8:00 PM Doors - 11:00 PM

Club SAW

67 Nicholas Street Ottawa, ON K1N 7B9

$15 (plus fees)

Ages 19+

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Dizzy Spill My Guts Tour with special guests TBA

licensed 19+ w/ photo ID

pre-sale limit of four tickets per household/credit card.

presented with the support of Ontario Creates

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limit of six tickets per household/credit card.

lineup, date, venue, times and ticket price subject to change without notice.

all tickets sales are final. no exchanges, upgrades, or refunds.

any tickets purchased by suspected resellers are subject to cancellation.

Net Capacity: 250

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Dizzy

  • Dizzy

    Dizzy

    Indie Pop

    In bringing The Sun and Her Scorch to life, Dizzy tapped into their increased sense of closeness and confidence, an element that Munshaw attributes to their frequent touring over the past few years (including stints opening for artists like Death Cab for Cutie, Oh Wonder, Tokyo Police Club, and U.S. Girls). Describing the process as “totally challenging and completely rewarding,” the band took an entirely self-directed approach to every aspect of the album’s creation, introducing a more kinetic energy into their sound through their lavish use of live instrumentation. “We wanted to take the reins and make sure that what we ended up putting out was exactly what we envisioned,” says Munshaw, noting that Charlie played a vital role in the album’s production. Recorded partly at Mechanicland Studios—and in Munshaw’s mother’s basement—The Sun and Her Scorch also unfolds in subtle sonic details that speak to the playful spontaneity at the heart of their artistry. (In the making of “Sunflower,” for instance, Dizzy incorporated a voice-memo recording of a choir performing at a local rec center during Munshaw’s sister’s volleyball practice.)

     

    In all of their output, Dizzy reveal a rare willingness to expose their messiest emotions, as well as an incredible power to turn that self-revelation into songs primed for singing along. “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.”

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This event is 19 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 19 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

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Dizzy

Wed Oct 20 2021 8:00 PM Doors - 11:00 PM

Club SAW Ottawa ON
Dizzy

$15 (plus fees) Ages 19+

Dizzy Spill My Guts Tour with special guests TBA

licensed 19+ w/ photo ID

pre-sale limit of four tickets per household/credit card.

presented with the support of Ontario Creates

-----

limit of six tickets per household/credit card.

lineup, date, venue, times and ticket price subject to change without notice.

all tickets sales are final. no exchanges, upgrades, or refunds.

any tickets purchased by suspected resellers are subject to cancellation.

Net Capacity: 250
Dizzy

Dizzy

Indie Pop

In bringing The Sun and Her Scorch to life, Dizzy tapped into their increased sense of closeness and confidence, an element that Munshaw attributes to their frequent touring over the past few years (including stints opening for artists like Death Cab for Cutie, Oh Wonder, Tokyo Police Club, and U.S. Girls). Describing the process as “totally challenging and completely rewarding,” the band took an entirely self-directed approach to every aspect of the album’s creation, introducing a more kinetic energy into their sound through their lavish use of live instrumentation. “We wanted to take the reins and make sure that what we ended up putting out was exactly what we envisioned,” says Munshaw, noting that Charlie played a vital role in the album’s production. Recorded partly at Mechanicland Studios—and in Munshaw’s mother’s basement—The Sun and Her Scorch also unfolds in subtle sonic details that speak to the playful spontaneity at the heart of their artistry. (In the making of “Sunflower,” for instance, Dizzy incorporated a voice-memo recording of a choir performing at a local rec center during Munshaw’s sister’s volleyball practice.)

 

In all of their output, Dizzy reveal a rare willingness to expose their messiest emotions, as well as an incredible power to turn that self-revelation into songs primed for singing along. “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.”

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

Ages 19+
limit 6 per person
General Admission
$19.54 ($15.00 + $4.54 Fees )

Delivery Method

ticketFast

Terms & Conditions

This event is 19 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 19 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.