The Aquadolls (Enci Records) Announce Co-Headline Tour With Sitting On Stacy (Republic Records)

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The Aquadolls (Enci Records) Announce Co-Headline Tour with Sitting On Stacy (Republic Records)
Tour Runs March 10-April 16

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SoCal’s The Aquadolls have announced a co-headline tour with fellow Californians Sitting On Stacy (most recently on the road with the Jonas Brothers). Dates run March 10-April 16, with tickets for all shows on sale now at See dates below.

Over the last few months, The Aquadolls have performed live stream sessions on Spin and Paste Magazine and have appeared on outlets such as Flood Magazine, Hollywood Life and LA’s KTLA TV.

“Disappearing Girl” landed on major playlists including Spotify’s The New AltNew NoiseNew Alt-Rock MixtapeFierce Femmes and Apple Music’s Shazam: The Best New Music.

Listen to “Disappearing Girl” on streaming platforms HERE:

Watch the “Disappearing Girl” video HERE:
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About The Aquadolls:

The Aquadolls formed in La Mirada, CA in January 2012, by Melissa Brooks, the band’s lead singer and songwriter. Melissa began recording bedroom demos of her songs and eventually released the album ‘We Are Free’ in early 2013, followed by the LP ‘Stoked on You’ in December 2014.

After a brief break from releases, the stars aligned in July 2018 and the new era of The Aquadolls commenced with Jacqueline Proctor on drums and Keilah Nina on bass. The band grew as a powerful threesome leading up to the release of The Aquadolls’ highly anticipated second album, ‘The Dream and the Deception,’ recorded and self-produced by Brooks and self-released October 28, 2018, on Aqua Babe Records.

Following their sophomore album, the trio self-released the single “Suck on This” in summer 2019, followed by their 2020 viral cover of Lash’s “Take Me Away” (a track made famous via its inclusion in the 2003 Lindsay Lohan-starring Disney film ‘Freaky Friday’).

The Aquadolls have toured with the likes of Kate Nash, Jenny Lewis, La Sera and others.
Co-Headline Tour with Sitting On Stacy:

Thu Mar 10 Constellation Room (Early Show) Santa Ana CA

Thu Mar 10 Constellation Room (Late Show) Santa Ana CA

Fri Mar 11 Valley Bar Phoenix, AZ

Sun Mar 13 LowBrow El Paso, TX

Sat Mar 19 Ruins Dallas, TX

Sun Mar 20 Warehouse Live Houston, TX

Tue Mar 22 Aisle 5 Atlanta, GA

Thu Mar 24 Songbyrd Washington, DC

Fri Mar 25 Lounge at World Cafe Live Philadelphia, PA

Sat Mar 26 Perserving Underground Pittsburgh, PA

Sun Mar 27 Elsewhere Brooklyn, NY

Tue Mar 29 Brighton Music Hall Allston, MA

Thu Mar 31 Mahall’s Lakewood, OH

Fri Apr 01 Big Room Bar Columbus, OH

Sat Apr 02 Sanctuary Hamtrack. MI

Sun Apr 03 Beat Kitchen Chicago, IL

Mon Apr 04 7th Street Entry Minneapolis, MN

Wed Apr 06 Larimer Lounge Denver, CO

Thu Apr 07 Kilby Court Salt Lake City, UT

Fri Apr 08 Harlow’s Sacramento, CA

Sat Apr 09 WOW Hall Eugene, OR

Sun Apr 10 Seattle, WA The Croc Second Stage

Tue Apr 12 Holocene Portland, OR

Wed Apr 13 Bottom of the Hill San Francisco, CA

Thu Apr 14 The Catalyst Atrium Santa Cruz, CA

Fri Apr 15 The Roxy Los Angeles, CA

Sat Apr 16 Soma San Diego, CA

What others have said about the Aquadolls

“Coming from the suburbs of Los Angeles, the Aquadolls are punk pioneers in the broadest sense. They ooze eclecticism, stacking elements of indie– and surf-rock on top of a distinctly pop-punk foundation. While their sound might not exist at a comfortable spot for genre purists, fans of sonic experimentation will surely find their versatility entrancing.”- Alternative Press

“…fuzzy surf-psych-grunge pop from Southern California with an ebullient sing-a-long vibe. Things are on the up-and-up for this cool crew.”- Oh My Rockness

“The Southern California band effortlessly pours out infectious shoegazey bops, earnest headbangers, cosmic surf-punk ballads and electrified power-pop anthems. Despite the sheer range of styles and genres reflected in their music, there’s a real cohesion to The Aquadolls’ addicting combination of sharp edges and even keel. No matter what vibe a given song has, it’s clear The Aquadolls are putting everything they have into the music they’re making.”- Hard Noise

“This is a rock band composed of womxn unafraid to unhinge their music from easy listening, a powerfulness laced with irony and sarcasm and sweltering feeling in all of their songs.”- Lithium Magazine

“The Aquadolls have managed to piece together an anthem-in-waiting. Powered by woozy chords and a hazy soundscape set atop delicate but resonating vocals, ‘Disappearing Girl’ feels as though it’s been delivered to us fresh from (a) distant dream. Fingers crossed that world domination is part of their plan.”- Blunt Mag

” A shimmering piece of indie rock, “Disappearing Girl” is built on fizzling layers of percussions as The Aquadolls toy with the raw elements garage and chest-swelling air of dream rock.”- Aupium

“A punk rock power ballad doesn’t sound like it could be possible, but The Aquadolls somehow pull off the impossible.”- If It’s Too Loud

“…energetic and infectious. They’re better than caffeine.”- Illinois Entertainer




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