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Saw Deafheaven...

Club Dada in Dallas, TX

Pure aggression and intensity. George Clarke is a truly dedicated performer, and is also scary as fuck to look at while he's singing. The atmosphere was great, and they definitely lived up to my expectations after I listened to Sunbather.

I hadn't heard of this band until an hour before the show (when I learned I was going), and had very little clue as to what I should expect. All the musicians were astounding, Greg Burns still kicks ass on bass, Emma Rundle can sing beautifully, and while Red Sparowes did shine through a bit, Marriages had a unique twist that made them both refreshing, and quite mesmerizing live.
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