Dex Romweber Duo Announces New Album 'Images 13' and New Single "Roll On" (Premiere)

by PopMatters Staff

17 February 2014

Dex Romweber Duo's gritty new single "Roll On" is a sampling of what's to come from the punkabilly pioneer's upcoming full-length Images 13, releasing 18 March.
 

On 18 March, punkabilly pioneer Dex Romweber releases his eponymous duo’s latest album, Images 13 (Bloodshot). Of Romweber, Jack White has described the former Flat Duo Jets mainstay as an influence and “one of the best kept secrets of the rock ‘n’ roll underground.” And you can hear that kinship between Romweber and White, not to mention the Black Keys and in-their-prime Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, on Images 13‘s first single, “Roll On”. Premiering here on PopMatters, Dex Romweber Duo’s “Roll On” is gritty and raw, only meticulously so, riding on surf-tinged blues riffs and the frontman’s dramatic, growling vocals.
  


Photo by Stan Lewis

Photo by Stan Lewis

TOUR DATES
March 14 - Chicago, IL - Reggie’s Rock Club
March 15 - Ferndale, MI - Magic Bag Theatre
March 16 - Cleveland Heights, OH - Grog Shop
March 18 - Buffalo, NY - Waiting Room
March 19 - Syracuse, NY - Westcott Theater
March 20 - Harrisburg, PA - Appalachian Brewing Company
March 21 - Rehoboth Beach, DE - Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats
March 22 - Harrisonburg, VA - Clementine Café
March 23 - New York, NY - Mercury Lounge
March 25 - Somerville, MA - Johnny D’s
March 27 - Washington, DC - The Hamilton
March 28 - Pittsburgh, PA - Rex Theater
March 29 - Erie, PA - The Crooked I

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