The High Dials
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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) - 205 plays
- Desert Tribe - (3:20) - 392 plays
- Bedroom Shadows - (4:38) - 104 plays
- Oisin, My Bastard Brother - (4:47) - 150 plays
- I Am The Eye - (3:34) - 77 plays
- The Holy Ground - (4:39) - 95 plays
- Teenage Love Made Me Insane - (2:43) - 120 plays
- Uruguay - (3:54) - 64 plays
- Killer of Dragons - (4:09) - 89 plays
- Flags - (3:23) - 90 plays
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