Dorothy Releases Instant-Grat Track “Who Do You Love” / New Album March 16

Dorothy has released “Who Do You Love” as an instant-grat track from their forthcoming sophomore full-length release 28 Days in the Valley, out worldwide on March 16th. The song follows the lead single “Flawless” which is currently in rotation across the country, including early spins from the world-famous Los Angeles favorite KROQ, KLOS and SiriusXM’s Octane. 28 Days in the Valley is currently available on all platforms for digital pre-order.

“Who Do You Love” is a track that solidifies Dorothy definitively as a rockstar. The ballad oozes with 70’s-influenced rock n’ roll, as the band seamlessly weaves through a cinematic landscape. It takes you on a rollercoaster ride of highs and lows, emotionally charged by a lover who is devastatingly declared by singer Dorothy Martin as “frozen inside,” as she contemplates “who do you love when your love runs dry?”

On the topic of the new album, Martin explores the difference between love and fear, sharing that “the main message of this album is to not live in fear; it’s to transform everything in your life to be on the frequency of love, which is so powerful and all healing. That’s what this record is all about.”

Dorothy is about to embark on the second half of their 2018 Freedom Tour, for which they partnered with BOSS to support the band’s grassroots initiative to choose local artists as opening acts for reach stop along the route. Next week they’ll kick things off with two headlining shows presented by KROQ Locals Only at the Constellation Room in Santa Ana, CA on the 14th, and The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, February 16th.

For more information on Dorothy and the 2018 Freedom Tour, visit



1.     Flawless

2.     Who Do You Love

3.     Pretty When You’re High

4.     Mountain

5.     Freedom

6.     White Butterfly

7.     28 Days In The Valley (Interlude)

8.     On My Knees

9.     Black Tar & Nicotine

10.   Philadelphia

11.   Ain’t Our Time To Die

12.   We Are Staars

13.   We Need Love


Feb 14  – Constellation Room – Santa Ana, CA (TICKETS)

Feb 16  – The Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA (TICKETS)

Feb 17  – Music Box – San Diego, CA (TICKETS)

Feb 18  – The Independent – San Francisco, CA (TICKETS)

Feb 20  – Jub Jub’s – Reno, NV (TICKETS)

Feb 22  – Crocodile Café – Seattle, WA (TICKETS)

Feb 23  – The Biltmore Cabaret – Vancouver, Canada (TICKETS)

Feb 24  – Hawthorne Theater – Portland, OR (TICKETS)

Feb 26  – Top Hat Lounge – Missoula, MT (TICKETS)

Feb 27  – The Olympic – Boise, ID (TICKETS)

Feb 28  – Metro Music Hall – Salt Lake City, UT (TICKETS)

Mar 02  – Bluebird Theater – Denver, CO (TICKETS)

Mar 03  – Fox Theatre – Boulder, CO (TICKETS)

Mar 05  – The Record Bar – Kansas City, MO (TICKETS)

Mar 06  – Blueberry Hill – University City, MO (TICKETS)

Mar 08  – The Parish – Austin, TX (TICKETS)

Mar 09  – House of Blues – Cambridge Room – Dallas, TX (TICKETS)

Mar 10  – White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX (TICKETS)

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