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Dearly Beloved: Fun. Love. Bubbles.

Toronto’s Dearly Beloved – formed around the core of singer/songwriter/bassist Rob Higgins and co-vocalist Niva Chow – are bringing their “chaos, tempered by love and delivered with great fury” to the UK.

Ahead of their national tour with Tommy Stinson’s Bash & Pop, Higgins tells us about their latest album ‘Admission‘, playing every song like it’s their last, that time they had “the poops” on stage,  why touring is the best thing in the world, and working with The Ramones’ producer Daniel Rey.

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Dearly Beloved: You ain’t seen it all

Dearly Beloved | Admission

“CHAOS, TEMPERED BY LOVE AND DELIVERED WITH GREAT FURY. ”

That’s the extent of Dearly Beloved’s Facebook bio. And yet it’s all you really need to know about the Toronto band. Compared to Black Flag, Black Sabbath, and The Pixies, the duo of singer/songwriter/bassist Rob Higgins and co-vocalist Niva Chow have been delivering that chaos since 2006, although ‘Admission’ comes with a pedigree missing from its predecessors.

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