Dr. Dog Premier New Album Shame, Shame On NPR

DR. DOG PREMIERES NEW ALBUM, SHAME, SHAME ON NPR'S FIRST LISTEN
BAND TO APPEAR ON LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON APRIL 6
SHAME, SHAME OUT NEXT TUESDAY, APRIL 6, ON ANTI- RECORDS

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Dr. Dog will premiere their much-anticipated Anti- Records debut SHAME, SHAME today, Monday, March 29 on NPR's First Listen. Fans can hear the record in its entirety one week before the album's April 6 release here.

The Philadelphia quintet will return to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on April 6 and premiere first single "STRANGER," which Filter Magazine hails as "an addictive pop rock single." Soon after, Dr. Dog will embark on a eight-week headlining tour beginning April 14 in Toronto, Ontario and are excited to introduce these new songs, which Billboard Magazine praises as their "most captivating yet," to fans. Along the way, Dr. Dog will make their Jimmy Kimmel Live! debut April 27 and return to the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival on June 11.

SHAME, SHAME is already catching the attention of many. Spin Magazine raves "Dr. Dog produce a clean, big-sounding album that uncannily evokes Summerteeth-era Wilco and Soft Bulletin-era Flaming Lips" and turn it "into their own distinctive mix of exuberance and melancholia." People Magazine goes on to say Dr. Dog's "slightly nostalgic, classic rock inflected brand of indie-pop is addictive" and Filter Magazine applauds the album's ability to "point back to the days of 2005's EASY BEAT, when the band's highly-prized live sound was somehow captured, reverted and translated accurately to tape." Relix Magazine simply says, "SHAME, SHAME is the band's best record."

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[Published on: 3/29/10]

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