EP Premiere: the Roof Dogs – ‘the Roof Dogs are too cool’

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We’re excited to be premiering the debut EP from Ohio’s the Roof Dogs! Singers/guitarists Jesse Cheshire and Andrew Marczak met playing songs at a vintage shop/taco bar in their small college town, so it seems only logical that they write songs about post-college depression and navigating relationships: basically a beginners guide to feeling old in your 20’s.
Now a 4-piece, the Roof Dogs are releasing their debut EP, the Roof Dogs are too cool, which pulls influences from artists as eclectic as the country rock of Gram Parsons and early indie acts like Camper Van Beethoven. Their bluesy guitar riffs and funky bass lines are definitely appreciated.
You can take a listen to the EP below.

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