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The High Dials are an indie rock band from Montreal, Quebec, Canada formed in 2003. They evolved out of an earlier band known as The Datsons (Later The Datson Four). The band started out playing a brand of pop music strongly influenced by 1960s British mod styles, but their sound evolved to become a form of power pop, more influenced by psychedelic music. They released two albums on Rainbow Quartz Records, A New Devotion (2003) and War of the Wakening Phantoms (2005), before releasing Moon Country (2008) independently. In 2010 they released the album Anthems for Doomed Youth. They have toured with fellow neo-psychedelia band The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Notably, Rod Argent, keyboardist of The Zombies performed on their song "Picture of a Fading Man" in 2006. In 2007, their song "The Holy Ground" was featured in a Rogers television ad. Professed fans of the High Dials include Steven Van Zandt and Andrew Loog Oldham.

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