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Formed in 2002, Chicago-based indie rock outfit the Dials fuse new wave and punk into a rowdy, melodic, and street-smart tonic that echoes the great girl groups of the '60s turned up to 11. Relying on the talents of Rebecca Crawford, Patti Gran, Emily Dennison, and Chad Romanski, the band released its debut EP, Sick Times, in 2003 to critical acclaim, both local and national. The group's first full-length album, Flex Time, was released in 2005 on the Latest Flame label.
The Dials are a band formed in 2002 in Brighton, England .
The band's music is a mixture of psychedelia, country and rock. The Dials released their debut self-titled album in 2007, which Americana UK describes as "A sprawling stylistically diverse work that is almost flawlessly executed... An excellent debut."
Their second album, The Companions of The Rosy Hours, was released in June 2009 to great critical acclaim. Shindig! magazine said "A band that never throw themselves wildly on a great idea, but instead nurture and raise it in absolute perfection... The Dials have made one of the most promising LPs in ages"
Bassist Andy Davies was previously a member of The Jennifers, members of which went on to form Supergrass.
They are currently working on their 3rd album.