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Dumb Share New Single “Civic Duty”

Pray 4 Tomorrow Due Out November 11 via Mint

Nov 01, 2022

Vancouver DIY punk four-piece Dumb have shared a new single, “Civic Duty” It is the latest release from their forthcoming album, Pray 4 Tomorrow, which will be out on November 11 via Mint. More

Dumb Share Video For New Single “Excuse Me?”

Pray 4 Tomorrow Due Out November 11 via Mint

Sep 27, 2022

Vancouver DIY punk four-piece Dumb have shared a video for their new single, “Excuse Me?” It is the latest release from their forthcoming album, Pray 4 Tomorrow, which will be out on November 11 via Mint. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Magdalena Bay, Ezra Furman, Julia Jacklin, Dumb, and More

Plus Wild Pink and Julien Baker, Stella Donnelly, Whitney, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Aug 26, 2022

Welcome to the 32nd Songs of the Week of 2022. This week there were three strong album tracks, songs from albums released today that weren’t previously put out as pre-release singles, that made the list. More

Dumb Announce New Album, Share Video For New Single “Pull Me Up”

Pray 4 Tomorrow Due Out November 11 via Mint

Aug 23, 2022

Vancouver DIY punk four-piece Dumb have announced the release of a new album, Pray 4 Tomorrow, which will be out on November 11 via Mint. They have also shared a video for a new single “Pull Me Up.” More

Jul 09, 2018

Vancouver DIY punk four-piece Dumb just released their new album, Seeing Green, late last month via Mint. Now they have shared a video for “Party Whip.” Katayoon Yousefbigloo directed the lo-fi video, which appears to have been shot on VHS and features the band in matching cowboy outfits, each with a different letter of the band’s name on the back. More




Reviews

Nov 18, 2022

Dumb’s third LP is an ambitious, fashion free affair of energetic fuzz-rock that’s gritty, sassy, and honest, and occasionally very catchy. But too often the band are sidetracked and trip it up with short dissonant bursts and unpredictable shifts in dynamics and tempo, ultimately resulting in an erratic and inconsistent album. More

Jul 04, 2018

Bands consistently pitch themselves as the next voice for this troubled generation. And sure, the dialogues that spin out of that shuffle need to be heardbut then who’s the real artist, and who’s just waving for your attention? And, more importantly, who are you gonna invite when you just want to order pizza and hang out? More