Doll Skin are as ferocious as they are fun. Their latest record, Love Is Dead And We Killed Her, proves that they’re a band ready to command total world domination in hopes of making it a better place for all of us.

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In this APTV exclusive, Doll Skin sit down with AP’s Collin Goeman to discuss why they’ve been traveling the country with bags full of plastic bottles in their van, offer empowering advice to women looking to break into the music industry and preach the gospel of the Riot Grrrl. Get ready, because Doll Skin are here to save the world.



More on Doll Skin

Doll Skin recently made their Hopeless Records debut, dropping a brand new track ahead of its release. The foursome shared “Outta My Mind” with a vintage-tinged video featuring a high-energy performance and equally as energetic dance sequences.

In April, Doll Skin revealed their signing with a new song, “Mark My Words,” and its The Craft-inspired video. “Mark My Words” and “Outta My Mind” both appear on Love Is Dead And We Killed Her.

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“This album was written about traumatic or extraordinary events that have impacted us as humans and wanted to share those emotions with people who can relate,” Doll Skin say of the upcoming release. “We want to be vocal for those who may feel like they don’t have a voice. Lots of these songs tackled issues that upset us, and we want to put out a message that we feel matters and to have a point behind all of our songs.”

Love Is Dead And We Killed Her is available here, and you can check out the new “Outta My Mind” video here. Doll Skin will be hitting the road with With Confidence, Seaway and Between You And Me this fall. Tickets are available here with dates below.

Dates:

11/08 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
11/09 – Phoenix, AZ @ Pub Rock
11/11 – Dallas, TX @ GMBG
11/12 – San Antonio, TX @ The Rock Box
11/13 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Upstairs
11/15 – Orlando, FL @ The Abbey
11/16 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade – Hell
11/17 – Durham, NC @ Motorco Music Hall
11/19 – Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
11/20 – Asbury Park, NJ @ House of Independents
11/21 – Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
11/22 – Montreal, QC @ L’Astral
11/23 – Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck *
11/24 – New York, NY @ Le Poisson Rouge
11/25 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Foundry
11/27 – Lakewood, OH @ The Foundry
11/29 – Detroit, MI @ The Shelter
11/30 – Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
12/01 – Lawrence, KS @ Bottleneck
12/03 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
12/04 – Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
12/06 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom Of The Hill
12/07 – San Diego, CA @ Irenic
12/08 – Los Angeles, CA @ Roxy

* no Seaway