Dum Dum Girls Unveil ‘Rimbaud Eyes,’ Second Song from New Album ‘Too True’
Dum Dum Girls pay homage to every cool rocker’s favorite poet, Arthur Rimbaud, with ‘Rimbaud Eyes,’ the second song they’ve rolled out from their forthcoming third album, ‘Too True.’
Not entirely unlike lead single ‘Lost Boys and Girls Club,’ this one’s a bleak, chiming, black-mesh beauty with a distinct ’80s flavor, and it name-checks a 19th century French writer beloved by Bob Dylan, Patti Smith and Trent Reznor, among others. Check it out below.
‘Too True’ lands on Jan. 28 via Sub Pop and showcases the production talents of Richard Gottehrer (Richard Hell, Blondie, the Go-Go’s) and Raveonettes member Sune Rose Wagner. Dee Dee and the gals celebrate the record’s release on Jan. 30 with a show at Mercury Lounge in New York City and embark on a spring tour in March. Click here for a list of dates.