The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

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The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Photograph: Pavla Kopecna
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

Blissful, heartfelt lyrics meet fuzzy guitars and anthemic choruses in this New York quartet's collegiate, melancholic indie-pop. On its eponymous 2009 debut full-length, the Brooklyn group summoned cloudy late-'80s cool in the form of jangly alt-rock, and its second LP, Belong, crawls forward toward a crisp '90s aesthetic. Here, hear them play from their upcoming third LP, Days of Abandon, at the Troubadour, with Fear of Men and Ablebody opening the night.

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