Posted in music on January 20, 2014

by Bill Pearis

DDGs @ T5, October 2012 (more by Gretchen Robinette)

Dum Dum Girls' third long-player, Too True, is out next week (1/28) on Sub Pop and if you liked "Lost Boys and Girls Club" and "Rimbaud Eyes" you can now give the whole thing a spin via NPR. While it was made with usual suspects Richard Gottehrer and Ravonettes' Sune Rose Wagner, the new record is defintely a little different for DDGs, with a host of UK influences coloring the band's sound. It's also got "In the Wake of You," the most unabashed pop creation Dee Dee has ever written.

The band -- with new third guitarist who will be the first male Dum Dum Girl (not counting Mike Sniper and Brandon Welchez who played at DDGs live debut at Woodist fest) -- will be in NYC next Thursday (1/30) for a sold-out record release show at Mercury Lounge. They'll then be back when their tour with Blouse stops for two shows: March 25 at Bowery Ballroom and March 26 at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets for those are still available.

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Comments (5)

post-op transgendered sausage. yum!

Posted by Anonymous | January 20, 2014 10:52 AM

Remember when the Dum Dum Girls wore white and changed the game?

http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2012/02/dum_dum_girls_w_1.html


How the Pulitzer escaped BV for that piece of journalism I'll never understand.

Posted by Anonymous | January 20, 2014 10:56 AM

Bahahaha. I never saw that one about them wearing WHITE. ZOMG. Best. Title. Ever! They're still super cute, and the stockings they wear always add to the sax appeal. However, for my money, that show was all about Widowspeak. Anyway ... carry on.

Posted by Anonymous | January 20, 2014 11:56 AM

Pretty solid album. Not surprised.

Posted by Anonymous | January 20, 2014 1:17 PM

rock ok rock on:)

Posted by Allman | February 26, 2014 6:36 AM

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