Since releasing Too True in January, Dum Dum Girls have been busy collaborating with various artists and friends to bring their latest work to life.
The new video is way 90s—you can imagine Dee Dee hanging out with earlier incarnations of Siouxsie Sioux and Miki Berenyi from Lush.
What “Too True” accomplishes lyrically, it only occasionally fulfills in production.
But it’s sounding like the group’s first album in three years…sucks.
Dum Dum Girls offer up the first track from their new EP “End of Daze.
Onlookers snip off pieces of Dee Dee’s dress. Don’t worry, it’s SFW.
The A.V. Club continues with their “Undercover” series.
Dum Dum Girls release music video for “Bedroom Eyes.” Check it out.
The Dum Dum Girls lead single “Bedroom Eyes” is quite peppy.
The new Dum Dum Girls tune sounds quite a bit like Mazzy Star’s shoegaze country. Download it for free.
“Only in Dreams” will be out this September.
“Flowers in the Dustbin,” a compilation featuring a variety of indie artists, is available today for free on Amazon.
This August and September will see Beach House and the Dum Dum Girls supporting Vampire Weekend, which sounds natural at this point, including three nights at Radio City Music Hall.
I Will Be, now out on Sub Pop, finds Dum Dum Girls usurping the head position of the countless ’60s-inspired girl bands who are currently singing about surfing and heartbreak.
For some reason, certain areas of the country are inundated with amazing musical talent. New York City, up until recently, was where it was all at.