Dogs Die In Hot Cars new tour and new single

The exciting new single from DOGS DIE IN HOT CARS is available in 3 formats and all at 99 pence if you order NOW at www.hmv.co.uk. The single will be in the shops from the 26th April.

    CD1 – ‘Godhopping’ and ‘Who Shot The Baby?’
    CD2 – ‘Godhopping’, ‘Modern Woman’ and ‘Eat Me Don’t Eat Me’
    7″ – ‘Godhopping’ and ‘Radar’

Dogs Die In Hot Cars are on tour; Book tickets through ticketmaster.co.uk

    3rd – Tunbridge Wells, Forum
    4th – London, Islington Academy
    5th – Stratford Upon Avon, Cox’s Yard
    6th – Liverpool, Academy 2
    8th – Bristol, Louisana
    9th – Peterborough, Met Lounge
    10th – Manchester, Roadhouse
    12th – Inverness, Raigmore
    13th – Aberdeen, Lemon Tree
    14th – Glasgow, King Tuts
    16th – Edinburgh, The Venue
    17th – Sunderland, Bar 36
    18th – Leeds, Cockpit
    20th – Nottingham, Cabaret
    21st – Mansfield, Town Mill
    22nd – Coventry, Colloseum
    23rd – Wolves, Civic
    25th – Brighton, Concorde
    26th – Northampton, Soundhaus
    27th – Leicester, Sumo

Also, for those haven’t paid a visit yet, check out the brand new website and leave a note on the message board at www.dogsdieinhotcars.com

Cuttings

    “…one of the most exciting new bands in the U.K….” NME

    “…perfect but very personal pop…” THE FACE

    “quite simply, brilliant…” DROWNED IN SOUND

    “…Scottish excellence…their debut single is a killer…” THE FLY

    “…clever, immotive pop…a great great band…” ROCK SOUND

    “…a compelling live show…” SUNDAY TIMES CULTURE

    “…. Invigoratingly fresh ….” THE INDEPENDENT

    “….. bitchin good … a great, great band” ROCKSOUND

    “…. Ace …..” DAZED & CONFUSED

    “…. One of our top tips for 2004 ….” THE SUN

    “….. a joyous slice of yodel pop …. Mighty” NME.com

    “…. Incendiary live gigs …..” MUSIC WEEK

    “…catchy eccentric pop…the ditties are so full of hooks, interesting clutter and melodies that linger” THE GUARDIAN

    “clever, emotive pop…a great band” ROCK SOUND

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