DOTT takes a shimmery approach to garage-pop, evoking the girl-group greats in soaring harmonies, fuzzy guitars, and hard-candy-slick melodies.
This is a rare U.S. tour for the Galway, Ireland-based band, and Graveface is making sure all Savannah fans can catch a performance, hosting a first show on Monday at Hang Fire and an all-ages encore of sorts the next day in-shop at Graveface Records and Curiosities.
Washington, D.C.’s Young Rapids, Sunglow, and COEDS join the Hang Fire bill; Nashville’s Free Throw, Blis, and COEDS act as support for the Graveface show.
Monday, March 30 (Hang Fire), 9 p.m., $5
Tuesday, March 31 (Graveface Records), 7 p.m., $5 advance, $7 day of
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