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13 May 14
The gist: Brooklyn indie-pop band turn back time with their third album Micro feedback: Its fitting that this album was engineered in London because The Pains of Being Pure at Heart seem to have immersed themselves in British influences, particularly those of the early 80's. The band seem comfortable in their nostalgic bubble which gives the songs a floaty, summery, feel-good ease. Brimming with positivity but lacking in edge.