With the finely channeled chaos from their fiery debut self-titled EP to their ragy single “Get A Life”, Doll Riot is consistently delivering nuclear music. In that vein, their latest song “Those Days” is rooted in the fine subversive tradition of garage punk which ranges from artists like The Ramones to Hole.
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The band, comprising of vocalist Elena Olszak, guitarist Ella Sauer, bassist London Kraus, and drummer Lillee Gillum, has been influenced by bands like No Doubt, L7, and Hole. The band’s lyrics touch on teenage dilemmas such as breakups, psycho ex-girlfriends, and stereotypical tendencies, making it relatable.
This all-girl garage punk band from San Diego delivers the perfect blend of rock n roll punk rock riff, crazy tight punk and tasty madness. The pandemic-induced frustration and discouragement have only fueled their fire, resulting in some crazy good songs. The swirling gritty fuzzy guitars are perfect and will have you foot-tapping and head banging along in no time. Since this is classic punk, the head banging will obviously have the erratic swirl. The band’s raw and untamed energy is present throughout the song, but with a certain finesse that elevates it to another level.
“Those Days” is a testament to Doll Riot’s evolution as a band. From their humble beginnings as a cover band to creating their own rocking originals. This is a volcanic blast of garage punk goodness that will leave you craving for more. If you’re a fan of high-energy rock music, Doll Riot is a band you need to check out!
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