I Love You But Ive Chosen Darkness
Let's face it. There is a hollow pocket of woe somewhere in your chest, a sharp pang that takes you to task three times a week for missing that Cure show. Of course, the boss man, your brain, reminds you that $40 for a lawn seat means you did the right thing. And, if boss man is on his game, he'll tell you what you really need to fill that little void is to see I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness. Lucky for you, their invite to the Curiosa was lost in the mail, which means you get to hear these ass-shaking dark-chocolate confections in the friendly confines of Denton's Hailey's. This Austin band trades tequila shots with the likes of Trail of Dead and Spoon (whose Britt Daniel produced their self-titled Emperor Jones debut EP), but their chimey, biting guitar sound is more in tune with Interpol, and even a bit like Mr. Rob Smith's own mood-rock outfit. Electralane opens.
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