Monday, 30 January 2017

WORRY DOLLS – SINGLE REVIEW

Worry Dolls – Miss You Already
Worry Dolls - Miss You Already 

Release Date: Out Now

London duo Worry Dolls have done two things for me tonight. Firstly, they have reaffirmed my long held assertion that you don’t need to be edgy, overtly sexy or have some kind of gimmick to create good music in 2017. Secondly, they have confirmed that there is a live music scene out there if you step off the beaten track from time to time (just look at the at gig list if you don’t believe me). ‘Miss You Already’ is a gloriously country infused tune with silk smooth vocal harmonies and delicately plucked strings that give this a real Johnny and June feel. People will have a little difficulty in looking any further than First Aid Kit for comparisons but I think this belongs way over in the bars of Nashville being played to afternoon drunks and country aficionados.


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Live Dates:
3rd February – West Heaton Tennis Club, Stockport
4th February – The Independent, Sunderland
5th February – Plug N Play, Penrith
8th February – Stamford Arts Centre, Stamford
9th February – The Edge Arts Centre, Much Wenlock
12th February – The Hawrth, Crawley
17th February – Cult Café, Ipswich
19th February – The Zanzibar, Liverpool
21st February – The Musician, Leicester
22nd February – KGC, Birmingham
23rd February – Black Swan, York
24th February – All Acoustic Club, Bellingham
25th February – The Stables, Milton Keynes
26th February – Norden Farm, Maidenhead
1st March – St Pancras Old Church, London
2nd March – The Marwood, Brighton
3rd March – The Beehive, Swindon
4th March – Wight Rock Bar, Isle Of Wight
24th March – Square & Compass, Swanage
26th March – Twickenham Folk Club, Twickenham
28th April – Westview House, Gainsborough
29th April – Old Cinema Launderette, Durham

30th April – The Live Room, Saltaire

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