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Based out of Portland, The Thermals are bringing their indie/punk rock sounds to The Pour House on Friday, May 15th.
Pitchfork reviewed their latest album, Now We Can See, and rather liked it. An excerpt:
Now We Can See is bursting with clear-headed explorations of the ways that fear and neuroses hold us back from truly living (as on "When I Was Afraid"), winkingly clinical examinations of the rote machinations that consume our lives (like "Liquid In, Liquid Out"), and tales of the savagery at the basis of modern existence (like the title track or "When We Were Alive").
Doors open at 9 p.m. and tickets are $12 and can be purchased in advanced here.
The Pour House is located at 1977 Maybank Highway on James Island.