Barefoot and Pregnant

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Barefoot and Pregnant
The Dollyrots Barefoot and Pregnant Cover.jpg
Studio album by The Dollyrots
Released February 18, 2014
Recorded 2013
Genre Pop punk
Length 33:40
Label Arrested Youth Records
Producer John Fields
The Dollyrots chronology
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Barefoot and Pregnant
Alternative Cover
"Family friendly" version of the album cover.
"Family friendly" version of the album cover.

Barefoot and Pregnant is the fifth studio album by the Los Angeles-based pop-punk band The Dollyrots. It was released on Arrested Youth Records, February 18, 2014.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by The Dollyrots.

No. Title Length
1. "Come and Get It" 2:24
2. "Stupidly in Love" 2:50
3. "First World Anarchist" 2:27
4. "Get Weird" 3:14
5. "Puppy Dog Eyes" 3:19
6. "Barefoot and Pregnant" 1:34
7. "Bury Me in Ireland" 2:49
8. "Nightlight" 3:11
9. "Under the Same Sky" 3:05
10. "Worstie" 2:39
11. "Angel in Snow" 3:01
12. "Homecoming" 3:13


  • Kelly Ogden – bass, vocals
  • Luis Cabezas – guitar, vocals, recording, production
  • Stacy Jones – drums
  • Amy Wood – drums
  • Ruby Fields – Viola on "Nightlight"
  • Phillip Calhoun – Glockenspiel on "Nightlight"
  • River Ogden Cabezas – Fetal Heartbeat in "Under the Same Sky"
  • John Fields – production, additional percussion, keys, and FX
  • Stephen Marsh – mastering
  • Jack Daniel Cozzi, Tish Ciravolo, Morgan McGinnis, Tom Calhoun, Phillip Calhoun, Risty Perez, Stacy Jones, and John FIelds – background vocals


Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
PopMatters 7/10 stars[2]

PopMatters gave the album seven out of ten stars, saying "there’s more variety and nuance here than ever before; jokey hardcore runs seamlessly into mid-tempo stomps and bad-girl anthems, all powered by Luis Cabezas’ satisfyingly fuzzy guitars and delivered with an economy (13 songs in 37 minutes) that would have made Dee Dee and the boys proud. Barefoot and Pregnant is deeply hooky, melodic, wacky and at least as delightfully bratty as 2007’s Because I’m Awesome."[2]

At Alternative Press, Jason Schreurs rated the album two out of five stars, calling the vast majority of the album is "way too predictable, feeling overly long at 13 songs"[3]


Chart (2014) Peak
USA Billboard Heatseekers Albums 7


  1. ^ Gonda, Chris (Nov 21, 2013). "THE DOLLYROTS Announce February 18, 2014 Release Date for New Album 'Barefoot and Pregnant'". Pure Grain Audio. Retrieved December 31, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b Casarino, Matt (February 26, 2014). "The Dollyrots - Barefoot and Pregnant". PopMatters. Retrieved March 3, 2017. 
  3. ^ Schreurs, Jason (February 2014). "The Dollyrots - Barefoot and Pregnant". Alternative Press. 

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