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NEWS: I, Doris and Dunstan Bruce share ‘Not Done Yet’ video

Radical kitchenpunk legends I , Doris have teamed with anarchopop icon Dunstan Bruce of Chumbawamba and Interrobang to spread the mummycore gospel in their latest track, ‘Not Done Yet.‘ Mellifluous harmonies weave through retro synths as Bruce’s Herculean voice chants, “I’ve still got fire in my belly, rage in my heart, it’s just my knees are getting weaker and I’m scared of the dark.”

I, Doris sing with the skill of The Shangri-Las on snakebite, with chewing- gum charm over a bed of grimy Riot Grrrl guitars, driving percussion and stylish angular keys.“Can you hear me? Can See me? Can you feel me? Yea. I’m just getting started. Flip me over coz I’m not done yet,” they sing, mocking the idea that people become invisible as they age.

Is there anything more more punk than refusing to give in to aging clichés? It’s whip smart, searingly witty and sparkling with verve. The hook-laden harmonies will ripple in the subconscious long after you’ve finished listening. It’s an earworm and a half and the video is an indie dream. The track is available on all platforms today and they will celebrate the single’s release with a gig at The Prince Albert in Brighton on Friday 21st June with The Bluebonnets, featuring Kathy Valentine of The Go-Go’sCOWZ and The Priscillas. Tickets are available here.



21st: The Prince Albert, Brighton (with Kathy Valentine from The Go-Go’s band, The Bluebonnets, The Priscilla’s and Cowz)

23rd: The Lexington, London (with 14 Iced Bears and Milky Wimpshake)


4th:Opera Stage, Rebellion Festival, Blackpool


7th: LOUD WOMEN Fest, Rich Mix, London

Follow I, Doris at: Facebook | X | Instagram | YouTube | Bandcamp

Follow Dunstan Bruce at: Instagram

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