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The Raveonettes Tonight at Fitzgerald’s -Wed April 13th

Submitted by Commandrea on April 13, 2024 – 9:25 amNo Comment

Fuzzy channels with eerie sounds by the two Danish musicians sums it up for The Raveonettes. Their latest record, “Raven to the Grave” has nine dejected melancholy birdcalls that couldn’t make you any more happier than how you are. Unlike their last two records “In and Out of Control” and “Lust Lust Lust” “Raven to the Grave” has more dead sounds than pop, but don’t let that force you to think that this record lost. “Summer Moon” is a romantic droning 3:05 minute jam that I tend to keep on repeat. It just doesn’t have any songs like “Last Dance” or “You want the Candy” that want to make you go into a pop dance frenzy. As of right now “Raven to the Grave” is perfect for me and suits me well. It’s a good listen.

For those like myself who tried to see them at SXSW and did not here’s your chance because now everything is organized with their visas and is now aloud to fly across the big pond. The Raveonettes are playing tonight at Fitzgerald’s. Opening act is Tamaryn. Doors at 9pm. $16


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