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Trudy and the Romance have released a new "all-night fiery dance-floor bop" - check out 'Doghouse'

Their debut album ‘Sandman’ will arrive on 24th May.
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Published: 4:47 pm, March 27, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Trudy and the Romance have released a new "all-night fiery dance-floor bop" - check out 'Doghouse'

Trudy and the Romance have released a new single from their upcoming debut album.

‘Sandman’ will arrive on 24th May, and has already been preceded by lead single ‘The Original Doo Wop Spacemen’ - and now we have ‘Doghouse’, too.

”'Doghouse' is our Hollywood thud and number 1 hit in another dimension. Waiting on a lover and always caught in the rain,” says singer Olly. “With glitter on its socks to put diamonds on the soles of your shoes. An all-night fiery dance-floor bop, half way to heaven on the roof of a 7 car pile-up.”

Catch the band on tour this spring; they’ll play the next Indie Banquet show at Wharf Chambers in Leeds on 24th May, too.

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