The new album from the Dum Dum Girls combines lo-fi fuzz guitars with 80's pop sensibilities.
Too True was produced by Sune Rose Wagner from The Raveonettes and by Richard Gottehrer who has worked with Blondie and The Go-Go’s. It was engineered by Alonzo Vargas at East West Studios in Los Angeles and The Coven in New York City.
With 10 songs coming in at just over 30 minutes, it certainly packs a punch. And to think that Richard Gottehrer wrote "My Boyfriend's Back" and "Hang On Sloopy." Just goes to show you how times change.