The Aquadolls Take Inspiration From 1960’s Pop On New Single + Video “Cry Baby”

SoCal’s The Aquadolls have released a new single titled “Cry Baby,” and a video for the track is now streaming here: https://youtu.be/RSQL7N2ieNw. The clip was directed and edited by Savanna Morales.

Stream “Cry Baby” on DSPs: https://orcd.co/theaquadollscrybaby .

The all-female trio kicks off a co-headline tour with fellow Californians Sitting On Stacy (who, btw make cameos in the new video) on March 10. Tickets for all shows are on sale now at www.bandsintown.com/theaquadolls. See dates below.

The band had a busy summer and fall playing festival dates such as Lollapalooza, Ohana Fest and Beach Life, while landing a gig opening for Jimmy Eat World in Chicago. The release of their debut Enci Records single ‘Disappearing Girl’ and holiday single (a cover of The Waitresses’ classic ‘X-Mas Wrapping)’ led to spins and appearances on San Diego’s 91X, Sirius XM’s Rodney on the Rock, the long-running Ska Parade and Ted Stryker’s Tuna On Toast Podcast, as well as coverage on outlets such as Spin, Paste Magazine, Flood, Hollywood Life and LA’s KTLA TV.

“Cry Baby” sonically takes inspiration from 1960s pop and the band’s 2013 Stoked On You era. The Aquadolls recorded this song with Fat Mike of NOFX, bringing a new twist to the classic sound of The Aquadolls.

Singer Melissa Brooks says, “Cry Baby tells the story of an emotional hopeless romantic going to a rock concert and instantly falling in love with the badass guitarist. They imagine what it would be like to be involved with them, even if it’s just for one night.”