Dum Dum Girls

  • Tamaryn on the Relationship Between Music and Image and Why Suede's Brett Anderson Rules

    Tamaryn makes the sort of spacious, sexy, reverb-woozy shoegaze pop that’s perfect to listen to when you’re lying flat on your back in the grass. Preferably with an empty bottle of booze beside you. So we met up with her in a park.

  • Dum Things

    Dee-Dee Penny and her Dum Dum Girls make ’60s girl group inspired pop tunes mired in a murky lo-fi haze that makes your head hurt in a nice way. The band’s debut album, I Will Be, is a fun collection of songs about tough girly shit.