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Friday, September 7, 2012

The Pauses, Great Deceivers release a four-song split 12-inch

Posted By on Fri, Sep 7, 2012 at 10:00 AM

The Pauses (photo: Jenn Sweeney)
  • The Pauses (photo: Jenn Sweeney)

Friday, Sept. 7 – The Pauses, Great Deceivers

with Out Go the Lights, Alexander & the Grapes

8 p.m.

Will's Pub

1042 N. Mills Ave.

407-898-5070

willspub.org

$5

It’s been such a dizzyingly successful year or so for local indie trio the Pauses (a stunning debut album, stellar reviews, a track on Rock Band, that “Interact-O-Vision” thingy) that their North American fall tour feels more like a hard-earned victory lap. The heroes parade kicks off this week with a handful of shared bills with their New Granada compatriots Great Deceivers, with whom they’re releasing a limited-edition, four-song split 12-inch. Joining them will be Out Go the Lights and, of particular interest, St. Petersburg’s Alexander & the Grapes, whose new album, Hemispheres, we called “as joyful and welcoming as it is smart and self-aware.” – Justin Strout

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