Four-piece noise pop rockers The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart cruise through Denver’s Larimer Lounge this Tuesday (5/13/14) with Fear Of Men and Ablebody on hand as opening acts.
With a new record on the way, Days Of Abandon, New York City’s finest in indie pop/noise pop showcase their sentimental, yet passion-fueled lyrics and full-force instrumental siege at one of Denver’s most known unknown gems that is Larimer Lounge (LarimerLounge.com). The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart’s upcoming release features ten brand new tracks — two of which can be heard on Spotify, right now — of what many would call 80s-inspired, indie pop infused with blissful harmonies, best resembling something of The Cure (on “Simple And Sure”) and even a hint of Tears For Fears meets The Smiths (on “Eurydice”).
With the upcoming album fast approaching, this is one tour you won’t want to miss, as an eclectic variation of new and old songs will be put on display for all in attendance. (I would bet that the noise-y Belong fan favorites will be on the setlist to please any die-hards in the crowd.) Opening acts, Fear Of Men and Ablebody, will wrap up the show’s three-act bill. (You can check out 303 Magazine‘s interview with opening act Fear Of Men here.)
Be sure to purchase your ticket online today at LarimerLounge.com for the $13 advance price, or chance it at the door (if you’re feeling lucky) with the $15 “day of show” price.
Doors open at 8pm, with Ableboday kicking things off at 9pm.