The Doped Up Dollies The New Way Out on LP
The Doped Up Dollies is a 3 piece singing group. A fusion of hopscotch/double-dutch, ska, reggae, blues and soul. The Doped Up Dollies' first recorded with Big D and the Kids Table on the 2009 release of Fluent in Stroll - a first for the band; a style very different from any of their other previous records. Fluent in Stroll is a mixture of hop scotch, double dutch schoolyard rhymes, reggae, and soul. This style is known as Stroll, a genre invented by Big D and the Kids Table.
In 2011 The Doped Up Dollies appeared again on the release of Big D and the Kids Table's record For the Damned, the Dumb, and the Delirious. Holding down back up vocals to songs like "Stringers" and " Roxbury." In 2013 Big D and the Kids Table set out to record a double release to appease the tastes of all of their fans by releasing a ska-punk style record called Stomp and a Stroll style record called-of course - Stroll.
The song "What I Got" was for the first time, a Dollies only tune, and a foreshadowing for their future record. This album also for the first time offers two duets - the track "Tell Me Why" sings of a silly young love performed by Doped Up Dollies veteran, Sirae Richardson and David McWane. Mcwane also duets with Dolly, Brie Finn on the track "Drink Me Down."
2015 proved to be The Doped Up Dollies year releasing their very first official record with the feel good collection The New Way Out. Delivering a classic sound and lush layered vocals, The New Way Out is a diverse 13-track offering and a most promising debut.