debut Spend The Night, the Bay Area-based combo now raise the bar, as musicians and songwriters, to deliver the best work of their career. Produced by Butch Walker (Avril Lavigne, Injected), tracks like the provocative first single ‘Fall Behind Me’ shimmer with rock energy, blasting off the blocks with newfound invention and intensity. With the October release of Gold Medal, The Donnas take an Olympian leap forward, setting a sparkling new standard for pure rock’n’roll brilliance.
After almost a decade as one of rock'n'roll's coolest combos, the release of Spend The Night saw the UK fall head over heels for The Donnas' trademark rock/pop blast. In the US the album - the band's fifth - debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 'Heatseekers' chart of new and developing artists, fuelled by their breakthrough radio hit, 'Take It Off'. Long hailed for their blistering live performances, The Donnas also spent a lot of nights on stage - touring with the likes of the Strokes and Jimmy Eat World, appearing on Lollapalooza 2003 and California's Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, and embarking on their own headlining treks
This year The Donnas have already rocked the Radio 1 stage at the Carling Weekend, and the band will return to the UK to showcase both old favourites and their new album Gold Medal at London's Electric Ballroom on October 6, for what promises to be an explosive and unforgettable show.