New York City based blues-rockers, The Dough Rollers, announce the release of their EP Gone Baby Gone on vinyl via Third Man Records. Most recently the rockers have been featured on Late Night with David Letterman, Inked, Rolling Stone, KEXP, The AV CLUB and more. The EP possesses an infectious, stripped-down sound combining elements of blues-rock and garage rock, that aligns the foursome with rising artists like J Roddy Walston And The Business and The Alabama Shakes.
The Dough Rollers began in 2008 as a two-piece collaboration born out of a mutual love of blues music, between Jack Bryne (lead guitar) and Malcolm Ford (vocals/guitar). After experimenting with different band members and various influential sounds, Bryne and Ford were joined by Graham Norwood (bass) and their distinct southern blues-infused rock sound was solidified. The band has toured with Bob Dylan, John Mellencamp, and Queens of the Stone Age.
All tracks on Gone Baby Gone were produced by Steve Jordan, except for single “Mansion on a Hill,” which was produced by Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme. The band has premiered their live video for “Friend of Mine” on USA Today and their single “Little Lilly” made it’s debut on Noisey. The Dough Rollers just announced European tour in support of rock duo The Black Keys. The band also supported Billy Idol on a European tour. Stay tuned for more from The Dough Rollers!