DALI VAN GOGH, the hard-hitting rock band from Nova Scotia, made a big splash at this year’s East Coast Music Awards. The band won the coveted Loud Recording of the Year award, a breakout moment for a group that has been pursuing an ECMA nomination for nearly a decade.
Not content with just one nomination, Dali Van Gogh was also up for Rock Recording of the Year, narrowly losing out to The Trews. But the band’s success didn’t stop there. They had three huge showcases during the festival, including a sold-out performance on the Loud Stage, and a thrilling collaborative set with Keke Beatz on the Breakout Stage.
“We’re over the moon about winning Loud Recording of the Year,” said Isaac Kent, Dali Van Gogh’s guitarist and founder. “It’s been a long journey, but this award makes it all worth it. We couldn’t have done it without our amazing fans, who have supported us every step of the way.”
The East Coast Music Awards are a hotbed for emerging talent, and Dali Van Gogh’s win is a testament to their incredible musicianship and dedication. Their latest record, “New Blood, Old Wounds”, released to critical acclaim in 2022, and is just the beginning of what promises to be an exciting journey for the band.
With the East Coast Music Awards behind them, Dali Van Gogh is now gearing up for a Canadian tour, with the first leg kicking off this June including a showcase at NXNE in Toronto and three shows with multi-platinum artist Buckcherry. Dali Van Gogh promises to bring their electrifying live show to fans across the country.
About Dali Van Gogh:
Dali Van Gogh is a female-fronted rock band from Nova Scotia. With their high-energy performances and unforgettable hooks, the band has been shaking up the Canadian music scene for over a decade. Their music has been featured on radio stations across the country, and they’ve performed at some of the biggest festivals in the region.
For more information, visit www.dalivangoghmusic.com