Dilly Dally have released a new video for ‘Snakehead‘ and they’ve subtitled the whole thing with what’s really going on in their heads during the making of it. Check it out below.
The track is lifted from the band’s 2014 debut ‘Sore‘ and the blunt honesty that you can see in the video above is threaded throughout the album. “It’s pretty animalistic stuff,” vocalist Katie Monk tells Upset. “Deeply personal and spiritual experiences I’ve had in my life. I’m a smart person, but I live my life through what I feel. So that’s what the record is. If I felt like I was oppressed because I was a woman, and the deep anger and sadness I would feel because of that, that’s on the record. Deep feelings of love for my friends, that’s on the record. Feelings about just wanting to have sex with somebody, that’s on the record.
“It’s amazing! It’s like I’m stripping my emotions in front of everybody. You’re so vulnerable. The more vulnerable I make myself, the more people enjoy it, and the more it makes them feel good about themselves. It’s easy.”
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