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Modern Marriage, Blind Lovejoy, Break-Up Flowers

DREW LENIHAN
9 pm., Friday January 04 | Free.
Record Room
8 NE Killingsworth St.
 
[SEXY INDIE ROCK] Give a welcoming kiss to three Portland up-and-comers, still in their honeymoon stage and loaded with potential to go big. Blind Lovejoy is a group with no-nonsense indie-rock sensibilities and a fun, jumpy sound full of adrenaline. Joining them is Modern Marriage, a trio with a sensual sound built around Beach House-style organ and synth melodies and warm, mesmerizing lead vocals. Wrapping up this love affair, Break-Up Flowers delivers raucous guitar loops that are as sweet as their scent, but as cold as their symbolism.  



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Address: 8 NE Killingsworth St.

 
 

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