Dr. Dog share touching new music video for ‘Bring My Baby Back’ – watch

The Philadelphia indie-rock group, Dr. Dog have reworked their first record, ‘The Psychedelic Swamp’ with plans on releasing it as their eighth studio album on February 5 via ANTI-.

After 15 years of not releasing music, many things can change especially old tracks like those on the band’s 2001 album. Aside from going back in time to retouch old songs, the band also recorded brand-new songs inspired by their old tunes.

Dr. Dog have shared a music video for their new song ‘Bring My Baby Back’, which was inspired by the original ‘Psychedelic Swamp’ track ‘Engineer Says’. With the approaching release of the record, bassist Toby Leaman let out a statement about the video:

“I was a little nervous working with [Dr. Dog keyboardist] Zach (Miller) for the first time because he’s so good in those Pixar movies. But I just did the magic trick of looking him right in the eyes and screaming ‘Action!’ And I realize now, after re-watching some of my earlier classics, that my entire oeuvre has been merely a prelude to this, my personal masterpiece. Also, I couldn’t have picked a songwriter I’m more personally attached to. What a ride. With love, T. L.”

Accompanying their debut, Dr. Dog have brought back guitarist Doug O’Donnell, who contributed to ‘Toothbrush’ back in 2002.

To kick things off, the group has decided to embark on a musical journey which includes a string of live shows. The tour will start off in Santa Ana, CA on January 29 and will wrap up at Forecastle in Louisville, KY.

Make sure to stream the music video below. Tickets and pre-order information are available on Dr. Dog’s official website.


Dr. Dog tour dates:

  • Jan. 29: The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA
  • Jan. 30: Fox Theater – Oakland, CA
  • Jan. 31: The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA
  • Feb. 2: Cargo Concert Hall – Reno, NV
  • Feb. 3: Midtown Ballroom – Bend, OR
  • Feb. 4: Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR
  • Feb. 5: Neptune Theatre – Seattle, WA
  • Feb. 6: Venue – Vancouver, Canada
  • Feb. 8: Knitting Factory – Spokane, WA
  • Feb. 9: The Wilma Theatre – Missoula, MT
  • Feb. 11: The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT
  • Feb. 12: Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO
  • Feb. 13: Boulder Theater – Boulder, CO
  • Feb. 16: Marquee – Tempe, AZ
  • Feb. 17: Orpheum Theater – Flagstaff, AZ
  • Feb. 19: The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA
  • Feb. 20: The Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA
  • March 4-6: Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival – Okeechobee, FL
  • March 9: The Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY
  • March 10: Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, Canada
  • March 11: St. Andrew’s Hall – Detroit, MI
  • March 12: Riviera Theatre – Chicago, IL
  • March 13: The Vogue – Indianapolis, IN
  • March 15: The Madison Theater – Covington, KY
  • March 16: Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
  • March 18: Terminal 5 – New York, NY
  • March 24: Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall – Baltimore, MD
  • March 29: Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH
  • March 30: Haw River Ballroom – Saxapahaw, NC
  • March 31: Haw River Ballroom – Saxapahaw, NC
  • April 1: Buckhead Theatre – Atlanta, GA
  • April 2: Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
  • April 4: George’s Majestic Lounge – Fayetteville, AR
  • April 5: Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK
  • April 8: Stubb’s, Austin, TX – w/ Shakey Graves
  • April 9: Stubb’s, Austin, TX – w/ Shakey Graves
  • April 9: Privatclub – Berlin, DE
  • April 10: Nochtspeicher – Hamburg, DE
  • April 21: Sugar Mountain Presents Dr. Dog at Paradiso – Amsterdam, NL
  • April 22: Badaboum – Paris, FR
  • April 23: Café De Zwerver – Oostende, BE
  • April 25: Oslo – London, UK
  • July 15-17: Forecastle – Louisville, KY
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