Dum Dum Girls release new album 'Only In Dreams' on September 26

Los Angeles quartet also announce November UK tour

Dum Dum Girls release new album 'Only In Dreams' on September 26

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Dum Dum Girls have announced that they will release their second album 'Only In Dreams' on September 26.

The Los Angeles quartet, who released an EP titled 'He Gets Me High' earlier this year, recorded the album in Queens Of The Stone Age man Joshua Homme's Pink Duck Studios in their home city. Blondie and The Go-Gos man Richard Gottehrer and The Raveonettes's Sune Rose Wagner have acted as producers.

The tracklisting for 'Only In Dreams' is as follows:

'Always Looking'
'Bedroom Eyes'
'Just A Creep'
'In My Head'
'Heartbeat'
'Caught In One'
'Coming Down'
'Wasted Away'
'Teardrops On My Pillow'
'Hold Your Hand'


The band have also announced details of a five-date November UK tour. The gigs begin at Manchester's FAC251 on November 13 and run until November 17 when Dum Dum Girls headline London's ULU.

Dum Dum Girls will play:

Manchester FAC251 (November 13)
Newcastle Cluny (14)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (15)
Wrexham Central Station (16)
London ULU (17)


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