Pittsburgh band Adventures bring their sunny, 90s-flavored indie pop to Subterranean tomorrow night | Bleader

Pittsburgh band Adventures bring their sunny, 90s-flavored indie pop to Subterranean tomorrow night

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Bay Area shoegaze revivalists Whirr are returning to town tomorrow night, Saturday, April 4, playing an all-ages show at Subterranean. These guys are constantly touring with amazing acts—the first time I saw them, high-volume Philadelphia-based shoegaze band Nothing was opening, then down the road they were out with emotional space-rockers Cloakroom. Opening tomorrow's show is Pittsburgh's Adventures, a female-fronted emo band that boasts the Cranberries as a huge influence, and on today's 12 O'Clock Track, "Heavenly," it's easy to see why the 90s Irish alt-rockers are a perfect touchstone. The sunny, nostalgia-inducing pop jam is powered by glossy, chimey guitars that back yearning, harmonic vocals. The song slowly builds to a massive, hooky chorus that swings for the cheap seats. "Heavenly," off of Adventures' latest LP, Supersonic Home, is fun, summery, and warm, a perfect band to catch as we finally enter spring. Check it out below.

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