In November 2015, Dolores Haze debut album “The Haze is Forever” appeared, a face-punching album that got critics everywhere under their thumbs. Stereogum, The Guardian and Vice loves them, they’ve been praised by Iggy Pop and been handpicked by the grandfather of punk to open for him, and on the national radio award gala “P3 Guld” they were awarded the prestigious price “Rock album of the year”. Dolores Haze have gone from 0 to 100 in no time, and they’ve only just started to accelerate.
The members Foxy Sagz, Groovy Nicks, Groovy Fuck and Lucky Lollo describes themselves as a gross version of Spice Girls who’s equally inspired by Sonic Youth and Hannah Montana. “The Haze is Forever” is 21 minutes of compressed energy, leaving no note unturned. Several guests appear: their debut single “I Got My Gun” was recorded by Pontus Winnberg, the single version of “Touch Me” were dressed in an electronic outfit by Quant and the guitar monster “Crazy about me” was the result of a collaboration with Rebecca & Fiona and Little Jinder.
In the fall of 2016, Dolores Haze were the faces of Monki’s new global denim campaign, fronting a fashion collection that’s been developed by the band themselves. “The Haze is Forever” was the beginning of an era, an era that belongs to Dolores Haze.
I In April 2017, Dolores Haze finally came back into the light and released the single “White house”, a song about a party in The White House and a resistance to Donald Trump. That’s why the band now uses the slogan “Make Dolores great again”.
4/5 – Aftonbladet “At “White House”, music is as common as the members names - Groovy Nickz, Groovy Fuck, Lucky Lollo and Foxy Sagz. It sounds like some cheerleaders from hell are throwing rock jumps-hip hop and Daft Punk in the same trap.” – Markus Larsson