Dorothy’s Surrender officially releases their music video for “Dirty Stayout”

Dorothy’s Surrender officially releases their music video for “Dirty Stayout”

 Miami based Dorothy’s Surrender is a grunge rock quartet formed in late December 2012. “Dirty Stayout” is the first single out of their debut LP Late Bloomer, released in April of 2016. The track has a grimy, almost sleazy sound to it, which is greatly captured in the video directed by Miami based Paul-Vincent Alexander. The video was filmed entirely in Miami, with some parts in the Wynwood arts district and others captured live at the legendary punk rock venue Churchill’s Pub. Singer Megan Morrison’s vocals are full of rebellious attitude and a tone to back it up, while the band blasts the music behind her. The band, attitude and spirit of the music truly put one in the Sex, Drugs and Rock’n’roll mindset.

“It’s a song that I wrote about myself in my younger years in NYC. About the nights out that turned into the next day… walking to the subway in ripped fishnets and dirt on your feet from dancing. Doing the walk of shame in the sunlight but you had so much fun that you are almost proud of it,” shares Megan.

Watch the  video for “Dirty Stayout”

Stream the song on Soundcloud, Bandcamp and Spotify

About Dorothy’s Surender

Dorothy’s Surrender began as a collaboration between Megan Morrison and Ian Michael. Discovering a unique chemistry together the duo quickly realized the need to expand. Now playing with them is bassist Arnaldo “Buddah” Zayas and drummer Saul David Ferrerosa. After a long time playing together they finally entered Critical Recording studios in North Miami to make happen their debut album Late Bloomer.

Comparables include The Pretty Reckless, Garbage, Courtney Love, and Scarlet Red, too name a few. Dorothy’s Surrender is the kind of rock that makes people want to party.

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Dorothy’s Surrender officially releases their music video for “Dirty Stayout”