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The Rocket Dolls Release New Video Ahead Of Album, UK shows & Wildfire Festival and Ramblin Man Fair




BRIGHTON BASED GRUNGE ROCK TRIO RELEASE GRIM MUSIC VIDEO AHEAD OF NEW ALBUM AND UK TOUR

DON'T MISS THE ROCKET DOLLS LIVE AT WILDFIRE FESTIVAL AND RAMBLIN' MAN FAIR

Watch 'DeaDHead' (official music video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlEf8Le2bg0




In the new video 'DeaDHead', The Rocket Dolls vocalist/guitarist Nikki Smash takes on the role of grim reaper to deliver a message of death courtesy of his bosses, played by band mates Benji Knopler (drums) and Joe Constable (bass). Eventually having enough of delivering punishment and the misery it inflicts, Nikki delivers a rose to the crime overlords and punishes them for using him to do their dirty work, giving them a taste of their own medicine!

The Rocket Dolls new music video was directed by Dave Neale & James Eldridge of Wild Stag Studios.

Smash talks about the song,"'DeaDhead' is just simply about my battles with depression, battle with drugs and prescription painkillers. After a particular heavy day, I hadn’t a clue where on earth I was, I was actually in a flat downstairs from my own and I couldn’t for the life of me get back to my own. The day after, I realised something had to change. I couldn’t carry on being that reckless, and this song is very much me wearing my heart on my sleeve."

Delivering 11 tracks of "angst and emotion that is palpable" (Planet Mosh), The Rocket Dolls have produced one of the most passionate and honest rock releases you'll hear by a British band this year.

The new album 'DeaDHead' is out 6th April 2018 and is available to pre-order now.

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/deadhead/1332273219
http://therocketdolls.bigcartel.com/product/deadhead-cd

Don't miss The Rocket Dolls live:


6th April - SOUTHAMPTON, The Firehouse
7th April - WORTHING, Bar42
10th April - SHEFFIELD, West Street Live
11th April - NEWCASTLE, Trillians Rock Bar
12th April - EDINBURGH, Bannermans
13th April - GLOSSOP, The Globe
14th April - BIRMINGHAM, The Hammer & The Anvil
15th April - NORTHAMPTON, The King Billy Rock Bar
19th April - SWANSEA, Creature Sound
20th April - WEYMOUTH, Finns
21st April - LONDON, Dublin Castle
26th May - BRIGHTON, Sticky Mike's Frog Bar
4th Aug - HASTINGS, Black Market VIP
June - WISTON, Wildfire Festival
Date tbc - MAIDSTONE, Ramblin' Man Fair

Tickets: http://therocketdolls.co.uk/tour-dates/


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