It's time for a new style of music and The Doped Up Dollies call it - Stroll: hopscotch, double-dutch, northern soul, ska, reggae. For seven years the The Doped Up Dollies sang back-up vocals for the DIY kings Big D and the Kids Table. Boston's Sirae Richardson, Erin McKenzie & Brie McWane are now backed up by Big D stomping down their debut album The New Way Out. Recorded in a small cottage in the woods, The New Way Out is filled with songs that you just can't quite pigeonhole, can't help but love and will be singing in your head for time to come. No bullshit - no tricks - no leotards - only Quentin Tarantino dream assassins. The Doped Up Dollies bring in all demographics; they're uppity sound is honest, fun, slick, and damn right cool. Each song on The New Way Out is filled to the brim with messages of strength and perseverance, positive outlooks and defiance against a stall musical world. Make Your Own Sunshine, Papa Plays The Drums, Me Fireman and Lion all captivate the uppity beat of stroll music and are sure to perk up the ears of the starving music lover. So get on the good food and stop mucking about, only the lazy will miss this train of - The New Way Out.
The band has this tune on SoundCloud: "Make Your Own Sunshine"