Companions of The Rosy Hours is the second album from The Dials. Following their eponymous first release, the album - which features the single ‘Watch Her Walk Away’ – takes in influences from psychedelic pop, classic country, American and English folk music, surf and much more.
The band, from Brighton, UK, have been favourably likened to The Byrds, Love, Ronnie Lane and early Pink Floyd. Despite comparison to artists from the shelves of a vintage record store, the band are firmly facing the future and have a sound that is completely their own.
The band’s first album has received extensive UK and international airplay and an unwaveringly euphoric critical response. The Dials are previous winners of The PRS new music award which recognises "the best in creative and innovative music happening in the UK today".
Recorded in Brighton, the album produced by The Dials and Paul Beat and was mastered by Grammy nominated Andy Jackson, Pink Floyd’s long-term sound engineer.
A blistering live act, The Dials were reviewed as ‘show of the night’ as part of Toronto, Canada’s city-wide international NXNE festival.