Dallas Ugly are a trio of college friends turned bandmates based in Nashville (not Dallas!)
Their “genre dissolving” sound takes the pallet of country music from pedal steel to fiddle and filter it through an array of influences from indie-rock to hip-hop and everything in between. This style infuses their debut album “Watch Me Learn” with beautifully entwined vocals, country-licks, and experimental musical diversions that have a 1970s pop-flourish Carole King would be proud of.
Music writer Kara Kundert sums up their sound best: “The music of Dallas Ugly shimmers with an iridescent nostalgia. Built on a foundation of mellow interchanges of electric guitar and pedal steel, the rhythm and flow evoke an old-school country version of lofi hip hop radio. But combined with soaring fiddle and heartfelt vocals, it becomes something wholly new – a sound as unique as it is dreamy.”