Dr. Dog reveal plans for new album, Boston show

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Dr. Dog have revealed plans for a fall tour in support of their forthcoming album, B-Room. The Philadelphia-based rockers, who performed at the inaugural edition of The Nines Festival in Devens last week, will return to Massachusetts for a show at Boston’s House of Blues on Thursday, November 14. Tickets for the concert, which will also feature openers Fly Golden Eagle, will go on sale Friday at noon through Live Nation for $22.50 and $45.

B-Room, Dr. Dog’s eighth studio effort and follow-up to 2012’s Be the Void, will be released on October 1. For the new album, the band constructed an entirely new recording space within a now defunct silversmith mill. “The whole process of recording really started with building the studio,” explained the band’s bassist-vocalist Toby Leaman in a press release.

The group recorded much of the new album in full-band live takes with producer Nathan Sabatino. Fans can get a taste of B-Room with its lead single “The Truth”, which is streaming below.

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