Southern California’s the Aquadolls have unveiled a new single titled “Disappearing Girl” via Enci Records (Beach Goons, The Joy Formidable, Fences).
Lead singer Melissa Brooks says, ““Disappearing Girl” is about not being able to put yourself first while in a relationship. No matter how much the other person wants to reach you they can’t, and you continue to drift apart until the relationship fizzles out into a distant dream.”
The trio has a busy summer ahead with a stint supporting Jimmy Eat Worldat Chicago’s Metro on July 31, and appearances at Lollapalooza on August 1, Beachlife Festival on September 11 and Ohana Festival on September 25.
Having opened for artists like Pennywise, Kate Nash, Vivian Girls, and X,playing festivals with Weezer, Rancid, Cat Power, and FIDLAR, touring with White Reaper, as well as headlining North American tours and playing local California shows, The Aquadolls’ latest single “Take Me Away” has garnered over 1 million plays, with the band averaging over 10k listeners per day and over 125k monthly listeners on Spotify.
The Aquadolls are in-your-face and good vibes all at once, with energetic performances that leave you anticipating the next show. The band packs a punch with tongue-in-cheek lyrics, hard-hitting licks, and soothing vocal harmonies that will guarantee a headbang from anyone listening.
July 31 Chicago, IL Metro (supporting Jimmy Eat World)
August 1 Chicago, IL Lollapalooza
September 11 Redondo Beach, CA Beachlife Festival
September 25 Dana Point, CA Ohana Festival