The High Dials
23 Shouts - 155,165 Scrobbles
The High Dials are an indie rock band from Montreal, Canada. They draw on influences from folk, pop and psychedelic rock of various eras. They debuted in 2003 on NYC-based Rainbow Quartz Records with “A New Devotion”, a mishmash of retro-freakbeat sounds with a hidden lyrical storyline. The album made a fan of Little Steven Van Zandt of Bruce Springsteen's E-Street Band, who began playng them regularly on his syndicated radio show.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Bomb Shelter - (2:58) - 221 plays
- Desert Tribe - (3:20) - 404 plays
- Bedroom Shadows - (4:38) - 108 plays
- Flags - (3:23) - 107 plays
- Teenage Love Made Me Insane - (2:43) - 100 plays
- The Holy Ground - (4:39) - 98 plays
- Uruguay - (3:54) - 73 plays
- Oisin, My Bastard Brother - (4:47) - 164 plays
- I Am The Eye - (3:34) - 67 plays
- Killer of Dragons - (4:09) - 103 plays