Punk-pop duo the Dollyrots along with pals The Pink Spiders are bringing a night of infectious pop-punk to Milk Boy on August 2.

The duo’s new album Daydream Explosion is out on July 12 on Wicked Cool/The Orchard. 

The twosome has had great success taking the DIY approach with their last three releases hitting the Billboard charts. Their 2017 album Whiplash Splash debuted on both Billboard’s Heatseekers chart at #13 and Billboard’s Independent Albums chart at #31. The band’s 2016 live album/DVD Family Vacation: Live in Los Angeles debuted at #15 on Billboard's Heatseekers album chart, and Barefoot and Pregnant garnered their first chart appearance, peaking at #7 on Billboard's Heatseekers.

This time around they have decided to join forces with Stevie Van Zandt’ s Wicked Cool Records/ The Orchard for the new album release. A label that evolved out of Van Zandt's weekly syndicated radio show Little Steven's Underground Garage, as it became clear to him some of the best Rock and Roll wasn't receiving the support it deserved.  The duos alliance with Wicked Cool began with the singles “Get Radical” in 2018 and “Everything” this spring.

Daydream Explosion is filled with big, juicy dance-punk flavored hooks and plenty of sweet attitudes, fourteen sing-along anthems that longtime fans will celebrate, and newcomers will find difficult to resist. The Dollyrots are at their songwriting best on this new set of songs as they continue to bring infectious punk n’ rock sensibilities and musical honesty. "Their songwriting has reached a consistent level of greatness," says Wicked Cool founder Stevie Van Zandt.


Tickets available at thedollyrots.com


  • Occurs Friday, August 2nd, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 11:55 pm


Milk Boy

1100 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107


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