Vinyl LP pressing of Dorothy’s second full-length album for Jay Z’s Roc Nation, 28 Days in the Valley features an exclusive track. Linda Perry produced and co-wrote several tracks which, even with more tender moments, still has the gritty rock n roll of 2016’s Rockisdead. This time around, 28 Days in the Valley adds layers of emotion fueled by less metal and more Cali desert rock vibes.
Dorothy is an LA-based band consisting of vocalist Dorothy, guitarist Mark Jackson, bassist Gregg Cash and drummer Zac Morris. The traditional bluesy rock vibes that come from the band’s high-energy performances make them a force to be reckoned with on the music scene and a band to watch. Rolling Stone deemed them a new artist you need to know now and compared their stomping, hard-rock sound to the likes of Led Zeppelin, Janis Joplin and Black Sabbath.
“If anyone’s gonna cut my tongue off, it’s gonna be me,” declares the irreverent lead singer of Dorothy. With ballsy guitar riffs, bold drum patterns and whiskey-soaked vocals, Dorothy is reviving the soulful era of rock & roll that calls for drunken late night partying and more than a few bad decisions that make for good stories. Think Kurt Cobain paired with Janis Joplin. Dorothy sounds like how youth feels.
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