Eternal Summers, Dirty Looks, Atlas & the Astronaut

When: Tue., May 28, 7:30 p.m. 2013

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Eternal Summers' 2012 sophomore album Correct Behavior is a blast of dreamy, punky pop with more than a few moments of absolute perfection. The best of these are album opener "Millions," which immediately hooks the listener with a speedy, tangled guitar riff, and the breathless "You Kill," which will surely be in the closing credits of every teen-romance comedy in a couple years, once the music licensers catch on. If any song deserves to get stuck in your head on the way out of a movie theater, it's "You Kill," the modern-day equivalent of INXS's "Don't Change." But the Virginia band isn't resting on their laurels; they're already raising funds via a Pledge Music campaign to finish up album number three, whose basic tracks were recorded in Austin in February. If this means we'll get another "You Kill," it's time to start smashing the piggy bank. NED LANNAMANN

Price: $8

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