Dogs On Acid puts a punk rock twist on The Who's "Substitute"
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Philly supergroup Dogs On Acid just premiered their take on The Who’s “Substitute” via Brooklyn Vegan. The Philly punk band tackling the 1966 hit is appropriate, considering how influential a band The Who is in the punk rock realm. The track will appear on a compilation titled Teenagers In Love, which comes out through Chicago Label Known Pleasure Records on April 14th.

Dogs On Acid – which features members of Algernon Cadwallader, Snowing, Glocca Morra, and more, is currently working on its debut full-length, due out on Jade Tree Records. They play Johnny Brenda’s April 27 with Philly emo rockers Clique and Boston’s Pile. More information about the show can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar. Listen to Dogs On Acid’s twist on “Substitute” here.

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