Monday, January 20, 2014

Stream Dum Dum Girls’ new album, Too True

Consequence of Sound Staff

Dum Dum Girls will release their new album, Too True, on January 28th via Sub Pop. In anticipation, it’s available to stream in full at NPR.org.

The follow-up to 2011′s Only in Dreams and last year’s End of Daze EP was once again produced by Richard Gottehrer and The Raveonettes’ Sune Rose Wagner. Recording took place in a New York apartment and across two locations in Hollywood: East West Studios and the infamous Chateau Marmont.

According to a press release, frontwoman Dee Dee Penny said that the album was partly inspired by Nick Cave’s 1996 letter to MTV, in which he requested to be withdrawn from any award nominations. “Apart from his refusal to be competitively evaluated, it was his gentle worship and protection of his own creative process, his crowned Inspiration, which resonated with me, she explained. Dee Dee also cited Suede, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Madonna, and The Stone Roses as some of her other inspirations.

Pre-orders for the album are ongoing. Below, watch the video for “Lost Boys and Girls Club”.



Too True Tracklist:
01. Cult of Love
02. Evil Blooms
03. Rimbaud Eyes
04. Are You Okay
05. Too True to Be Good
06. In the Wake of You
07. Lost Boys and Girls Club
08. Little Minx
09. Under These Hands
10. Trouble Is My Name

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