Baltimore’s Dosser Releases New Video “Kids”
Band Touring with Pianos Become The Teeth
“A delightfully hook-laden and heavy-riffed reflection on youth. The video puts the heavy 90s-nostalgia of the songs to childhood and teenage nostalgia, moving from water balloon fights to shotgunning beers as the video moves on. The music is a fitting soundtrack for such images, calling to mind 90s heroes like Dinosaur Jr, Shiner, Weezer, and Failure.”- Tuned Up
“…a sure sign that Dosser’s gotten even more comfortable taking risks in the lane they’ve established.”- The Alternative
“…cool blend of pop-punk and winding, ’90s-noise-rock-inspired melodies…”- Flood Magazine
“…one to look out for.”- The Alternative
“Punchy, poppy grunge-punk that brings to mind stuff like Dinosaur Jr, Superchunk, and Sugar, and they really know their way around a hook. Riffs (are) picture-perfect, and they stuff their songs with catchy choruses and big, loud energy.”- Brooklynvegan
“Dosser calls back to the ‘90s with an invigorating pastiche, evoking the best of the days of grunge, pop punk, and alt rock.”- Under The Radar
Baltimore, MD indie rockers Dosser have released “Kids” — a new single off their upcoming debut album.
Stream “Kids” here: https://hypeddit.com/dosser
Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5h7ZhtDgaH8
Catch Dosser on tour with hometown heroes Pianos Become The Teeth, and Massachusetts’ Dreamtigers. See dates below.
Over the past decade, it’s become increasingly in vogue for bands to pay lip service to 90s alt rock, but many of them capture only the most surface level cosmetic elements, missing the critical components that defined that decade’s underground scene. A chorus pedal, a Big Muff, and a flannel don’t go far on their own merits. To put it bluntly, many groups fundamentally do not “get it”. But Baltimore, MD’s Dosser absolutely does.
Where many of their contemporaries are little more than thinly-veiled pop punk acts doing retro cosplay, Dosser gets at the core of what made 90s guitar rock such a compelling force. From leads that hearken back to early Weezer, massive riffs that evoke Jawbox, and razor-sharp pop-rock sensibilities that bring to mind the Foo Fighters’ debut LP, this is a band synthesizing the best parts of various forms into their own potent formula.
Formed in the summer of 2018 by Will Teague, Bret Lanahan, Eric Dudley, and Max Detrich, Dosser’s debut LP finds a band playing at a level well beyond what their short lifespan might suggest. Coming out on Really Rad Records in January 2023, Violent Picture / Violent Sound is about as strong an opening volley as it gets.
Tickets available at: https://bnds.us/ajuc1h