Doe release live album of farewell show


The brilliant and much missed London band Doe have treated fans to one last hurrah, with the live recording of… well… their last hurrah! The 16 track set of “Sincerely, Doe: Live at The Lexington” showcases a select portion of their back catalogue, leaning slightly towards their wonderful final LP ‘Grow Into It’.

From the evidence it was a rollocking live set, and it came out sounding pretty great too! The opening rendition of ‘Nowhere Girl’ is fierce, we’re treated to the wonderful Weezerisms of ‘My Friends’ and the superb Steve Lamacq championed Single ‘Heated’. It’s the next best thing to have actually been there.

So, what became of the bass-less three piece?:

According to the press release:

An update on what we’ve been up to since Doe kicked the bucket…

Nicola is living in NYC and can be found playing bass in the bands The Glow and Maneka. She’s currently working on solo material that’ll be out later this year.

Jake has a project called Supermilk which released its debut LP last March. The second LP is coming later this year via Specialist Subject Records.

Dean is taking a break from music to focus on his studies but recently released an EP as Fire Up The Dark Sky.

So, still plenty to get excited about and check out from them.

There’s also a video version of the set on Youtube:

Check out “Sincerely, Doe: Live at The Lexington” here:


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