Wednesday 16 April 2014

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart | Eurydice

As Brooklyn's The Pains of Being Pure at Heart turn up the heat in preparation for their third full length record, 'Days of Abandon', the band return with its second single, Eurydice. Picking up exactly where they left off with Simple And Sure the solemn vocal mourning of Kip Berman continues to add to the records pain, yet this isn't your typical teenage break up song that grapples with your last hope, dragging you down to its depressive depths. No. This is fun. This is euphoria. A cleansing of the soul if you will. It's good not to bottle up your emotions so what better way than the expression of song to release your innermost thoughts. And no one seems to be doing this better than The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. With rip-roaring elation this latest offering serves to be another hair raising effort as sweeping guitars blend with the band's dreamy nostalgic tones lifting you to vertigo inducing heights. Indulge yourselves above.

The new album 'Days of Abandon' will be released in the UK on June 2nd through Fierce Panda Records.

 Track List:
1. Art Smock 2. Simple and Sure 3. Kelly 4. Beautiful You 5. Coral and Gold 6. Eurydice 7. Masokissed 8. Until the Sun Explodes 9. Life After Life 10. The Asp at My Chest

Live Dates
June 29 | The Fleece, Bristol
June 30 | The Cluny, Newcastle
July 1 | Mono, Glasgow
July 2 | The Ruby Lounge, Manchester
July 3 | Scala, London
July 7-10 | Beacons Festival, Skipton


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