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Finally, the wait is over!
Ottawa’s all female group Bonnie Doon has released their first full-length album called Dooner Nooner via The Record Centre Records.
Nine tracks filled with high energetic, angsty post-punk, surfy-rock and no wave music.
Most of the songs I’ve heard live like Sandy’s Song with the clapping part, catchy countdown on Now or Neverish and experimental craziness on Panty Twist with Aymara Alvarado Sanchez on saxophone.

Thank goodness this album couldn’t come out at a better time when everyone is getting ready for the summer.
Get this album and take it to the beach, poolside, park or wherever!!

Best Tracks

  • Pants and a Face
  • High Noon
  • Sandy’s Song
  • Now or Neverish
  • Panty Twister

I’d give Dooner Nooner: