SPANKING NEW SINGLE RELEASED & LIVE SHOWS ON THE WAY!
DALI are a highly accomplished Southampton-based alt-rock band with key
influences panning from Biffy Clyro, Mallory Knox and Don Broco. DALI set
loose a sound that is riff-orientated and melodically captivating, and above
all, absolutely consuming. The hotly-tipped quartet have just revealed their
brand new single, You’re Not The One, via all streaming platforms. Watch the
video for the track, here – https://youtu.be/kNPRweVVTqs .
Lifting their moniker from artist, Salvador Dali, DALI were formed in the
October of 2018 by drummer, Jack Grossman, who upped sticks from London and
completely relocated to Southampton. Soon after, Grossman found vocalist
Matt Dudman and Guitarist Peter Wright, and the trio set to work on the
initial foundations of DALI. Within their very first year the group played
relentlessly and tirelessly up and down the country, making a prominent name
for themselves amongst fellow musicians and audiences alike. Word of mouth
grew, and the band soon attracted further attention and were invited to
support Mallory Knox, despite having no material released.
By the middle part of 2019, the trio recruited Ewan Williams as their
full-time bassist. Further praise followed as the emerging foursome dropped
their debut single, Sedative, and the follow-up, Contraband, which was
premiered with Discovered Magazine. A slew of successful live shows with
everyone from Sick Joy, Greywind, Bellevue Days and Big Spring also served
to increase the band’s reach and following. DALI are now ripe to break with
the release of their blistering new single, You’re Not The One. The track
commands your attention and is sure to propel the band into the limelight.
Lead vocalist and guitarist Matt Dudman remarks about the motivation behind
the single: “These lyrics are the first I’ve ever written out of anger and
frustration towards such a wide scale subject, that has not only affected
myself, but will and has affected everyone around me also. The song is about
the situation that this generation are in / have been left in, it’s a
generalisation of the state of things spanning from an individual’s issues,
to worldwide pandemics”. With rampant shows and festivals planned for 2020,
stay tuned to the band’s social sites for updates.