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Doc Robinson Premiere New Single “Slip Away”

Doc Robinson has premiered new single “Slip Away” from their forthcoming debut full-length, due May 19, 2017.

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Doc Robinson are an indie pop exploration of old school swagger and contemporary alternative. They’ve rapidly earned a reputation among independent tastemakers for tunes too infectious to turn down.

Jon Elliott of The Floorwalkers and Nick D’Andrea of Nick D’ and The Believers co-wrote the second single from their debut full-length with bassist Seth Bain. “One of the most unique things about this track is that most of what’s on the final recording was laid down in the first demo session,” said D’Andrea. “It’s not often that it works out that way, but we ended up falling in love with a lot of the original tones and textures and ended up sticking with them till the final mix.”

Doc Robinson worked with Mike Landolt (OAR, Maroon 5, Spin Doctors) to produce their debut EP, Golden DazeThe shimmering collection earned Doc Robinson early praise from music blogs and support slots for indie favorites, Rainbow Kitten Surprise and CAAMP.

The band brands itself as a celebration of Columbus collaboration, incorporating the eclectic talents of musicians well-known in the capital city of Ohio, their hometown, in every track. Doc Robinson launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the completion of their debut album today. More information is available here.

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