Some would have us believe that there is a lost or secret chord in music, one which, according to Leonard Cohen at least, “David played, and it pleased the lord,” a chord which many musicians have dedicated a lifetime to try to find. If that is the case, then similarly, Dilly Dally Alley is a band searching for the perfect groove. If this is so, then Make You Whole, their debut album, is a record of their musical quest to date…

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