Pretty Mouth Video Release

Rock

Pretty Mouth Video Release

Archipelaghost, Oxeye Daisy

Thu, June 28, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$8.00 - $22.00

This event is 21 and over

Pretty Mouth
Pretty Mouth
"PrettyMouth" , to the innocent, or unguarded, might conjure that very human trait that endears an individual to humanity as a whole. The sweetness of a smile that all-at-once offers sanctuary and sustenance in a frightening world. Another sentiment, and a far more common one, that the name might evoke is the lusty curl of another's lips; flush, plump, red with blood, the glistening , wet gates of a watering mouth. This example is universal when eyes meet vestiges seemingly crafted specifically to share with the observer any number of consensual activities. PrettyMouth is one band, in a grand tradition of American rock bands. Where (what you might call) tragedy, is just as much about victory, and lament strides hand-in-hand with elation. Marie Litton writes and performs these songs alongside cellist/guitarist Lief Sjostrom, Bassist Benjamin Williams, and Drummer Jed "The Kid from Deliverance" Kopp.
Archipelaghost
Archipelaghost
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Oxeye Daisy
Oxeye Daisy
What year is it? In lyric and spirit, Oxeye Daisy — who acknowledges its heart-on-sleeve Cranberries influence in its one-liner band bio — doesn’t care. “Time isn’t linear and memory fades / Why am I leaning on the age as an arbitrary sign post?” frontwoman Lela Roy asks, teasing back layers of a relationship only to find more questions. The song (“Where Your Mind Goes”) is a screaming introduction to the Denver four-piece, one that posits it as the city’s best answer to the glut of ’90s-nostalgia-plumbing rock outfits that have sprung up in the last few years (Charly Bliss, Darlia, Sorority Noise et al.) -- The DENVER POST

"Oxeye Daisy describes itself as 'the Cranberries on acid' ... but that doesn't get at the intricacy and sophistication of the dream-pop outfit's song structure or the control of Lela Roy's soul-shaking vocals. We can't wait to hear more from this young four-piece." - WESTWORD

“great to do sick tricks to in tony hawk pro skater 4” -- Aaron O
Venue Information:
Ophelia's Electric Soapbox
1215 20th Street
Denver, CO, 80202
http://www.opheliasdenver.com/