Situational Rock from the Roof Dogs

 Left to Right: Andrew Marczak, Walker Anderson, Sean Maher and Jesse Cheshire of the Roof Dogs. Photo by Steven King.

Left to Right: Andrew Marczak, Walker Anderson, Sean Maher and Jesse Cheshire of the Roof Dogs. Photo by Steven King.

By: Alex D. 

Columbus rockers the Roof Dogs gave us a taste of its upcoming EP with “Stuart Hughes (And All His Blues),” a catchy rockin’ tune about a thoughtful fellow who’s perfectly fine being who he is. From drinking milk at the laundromat to being the butt of jokes, Stu keeps on keepin’ on throughout the track.

From the “bah bop bahs” to the ride of the Cure-esque guitar, there is plenty to keep you bobbing your head, all while the singer croons the specifics. This song will be stuck in my head for the better part of the week, and I have no problem with that.

This Saturday, April 28, the Roof Dogs will release its EP are Too Cool at The Shrunken Head. The band will be joined by grooving rockers the Bascinets and the graceful Stock Photo Family.

Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets are $5 for 18+ event. More information on the event can be found here.