Dogs Die In Hot Cars Biography
This Pop-Rock Alternative-Rock five-piece unit from Glasgow, SCOTLAND was formed by high-school friends, lead vocalist Craig Macintosh, guitarist Gary Smith, bassist Lee Worrall, keyboardist Ruth Quigley and drummer Laurence Davey.
Dogs Die In Hot Cars scored a recording deal with V2 Records releasing their first single
in 2003 and eventually they moved on to the British festival circuit.
One year later, in the summer of 2004, the group issued their debut full-length album, "Please Describe Yourself", which was prefaced by the U.K. top 40 hit single "I Love You 'Cause I Have To".