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The Colourist, Night Terrors of 1927, the Wind and the Wave 

KAITIE TODD
8 pm., Saturday April 12 | $11 advance, $12 day of show.
Wonder Ballroom
128 NE Russell St.
 
[TEEN POP] OK, so the label “teen pop” might be a bit misleading—that isn’t meant to lump the Colourist, a four-piece group out of L.A., in with OneDirection or anything. Still, the group’s debut LP is indeed full of bright-eyed dance-floor diddies about love at first sight, never wanting the night to end, inevitable heartbreak, etc. Sprinkles of synth weave in between girl-guy call-and-response vocals leading, of course, to anthemic sing-along choruses. It’s a simple formula, but its bright, optimistic countenance is hard to resist. 

Where: Wonder Ballroom
Phone: 284-8686
Address: 128 NE Russell St.

 
 

Wonder Ballroom

128 NE Russell St.
Portland, OR
 
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