THE DOLLYROTS RELEASE LYRIC VIDEO AND NEW SONG “NIGHT OWL”
THE DOLLYROTS RELEASE LYRIC VIDEO AND NEW SONG
“NIGHT OWL” ON AUGUST 11
FROM THEIR UPCOMING NEW ALBUM NIGHT OWLS
NIGHT OWLS FULL-LENGTH ALBUM WILL BE OUT ON OCTOBER 13
DATES WITH TSUNAMI BOMB IN AUGUST/SEPTEMBER
WITH MORE TOURING IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER
(Los Angeles, CA) Fresh off their Year Of The Bunny Tour pop-punk devotees the Dollyrots will be releasing a new song with an accompanying lyric video for “Night Owl” the title track from their upcoming new album. The song has already been deemed The Coolest Song In The World on Sirius XM’s Underground Garage, garnering next week’s featured spot with heavy rotation. See the video here: https://youtu.be/Na68NSDilZk
For Night Owls, The Dollyrots once again enlisted longtime collaborator John Fields (Jimmy Eat World, All Time Low, Meet Me At the Altar) who is responsible for the bulk of production credit. Every pre-order comes with an instant download of the songs “Night Owl” and “Hey Girl”. Pre-orders made directly from the band’s site will receive additional downloads that include demos and alternative versions that will be delivered in advance of the October 13th release date. In addition, the band is offering one-of-a-kind and limited items with Night Owls pre-orders that include stage gear, custom guitars, phone calls from the band, private acoustic house party performances, band wardrobe, lots of bundles, and more. Go check it out at https://bit.ly/DRNightOwls
This fall they will embark on a co-headlining run with Tsunami Bomb, including a September 1st pitstop at the 3rd annual Camp Punksylvania Music & Camping Festival. This will be followed by more 2023 Eastern USA dates, several to be announced soon.
The Dollyrots have released albums on Panic Button/Lookout & Joan Jett’s Blackheart Records and are now working with Stevie Van Zandt’s Wicked Cool Records. They have hit the Billboard Heatseekers chart multiple times and through it all touring raged on.
“The are the natural progeny of The Ramones and The Descendents. The Dollyrots walk that magical line between knife-sharpened irony and poodle-skirt nostalgia that few punk bands have or can. As they took the stage, their legacy was on full display” – Screamer Magazine