“outrageously charming” duo Worry Dolls unveil ‘Be So Cruel’ video

“outrageously charming” duo Worry Dolls unveil ‘Be So Cruel’ video

WORRY DOLLS “BURDEN”
EP Release Date: 15th June 2015

The Huffington Post – “The brilliantly quirky duo Worry Dolls – a super-shiny beacon of joy in a dreamland far, far away from the persistently ‘regular’ sound of folk that’s flooding the charts right now”

For Folks Sake – “It’s no secret that we think Worry Dolls are pretty special”

Humorous and charming folk-songwriting combined with sublime harmonies

London indie-folk duo Worry Dolls’ music is packed full of sublime harmonies, atop a plethora of varied instruments, tongue in cheek honest lyrics and a refusal to sing cliché love songs. They have performed at Glastonbury and opened for the best – including Joan Armatrading. They have been making waves in and around the London acoustic scene, collecting praise and accolades as they go.

As well as being played on BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio 2 – Worry Dolls have developed a  massive online following – their debut, self-titled EP clocked up over 91,000 views on You Tube and 72,000 hits on SoundCloud.

Worry Dolls / Be So Cruel

Single: Be So Cruel – https://soundcloud.com/worrydolls/02-be-so-cruel

Burden, Worry Dolls second EP will be released, in the UK, on 8 June 2015 – their style has matured – and shifted towards the more rootsier sound of Nashville and Appalachia – though by no means have they lost their Englishness  – a busy Summer of festivals – and a UK tour through May and June – go find Worry Dolls this Summer…….

LIVE INFORMATION:

May 09 – The Forum, Darlington
May 14 – Oval Tavern, Croydon
May 16 – Altitude Festival, Blackborough
May 17 – Kingkerswell Parish Church, Kingskerswell
May 22 – View Two Gallery, Liverpool
May 23 – Brew House, Bath
May 24 – The Prince Albert, Stroud
May 30 – Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
Jun 02 – EP LAUNCH – The Sebright Arms, London
Jun 04 – Donkey Bar, Leicester
Jun 05 – The Live Room – Saltaire
Jun 06 – Southwell Folk Festival, Nottinghamshire
Jun 07 – The Blues Bar, Harrogate
Jun 12 – The Fleece, Bristol
Jun 13 – BAAM Fest, Bude
Jun 16 – The Bicycle Shop, Norwich
Jun 21 – Rhythms of the World Festival, Hitchin
Jun 27 – Glastonbury Festival, Pilton
Jul 5 – London Unsigned Festival
Jul 5 – London Folk Festival
Jul 26 – Village Pump Folk Festival, Wiltshire
Aug 15 – BoomTown Fair, Hampshire
Aug 28 – Greenbelt Festival, Kettering
Aug 29 – Towersey Festival, Oxfordshire
Aug 30 – Watchet Festival, Somerset

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