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Pains of Being Pure at Heart

Do The Pains of Being Pure At Heart belong? After garnering widespread acclaim from the likes of The New York Times, Pitchfork and NME to countless indiepop forums, we think they do. And they’ll certainly belong big-time at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar. Be sure to check out the preview video on this event.

Press Quotes about this Artist

“What distinguishes POBPAH from the rest of their modern peers is a sense of craft located in the sweet spot between willful amateurism masking incompetence and not gumming things up with bells and whistles.” — Pitchfork

“The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart have crafted an impeccable debut way beyond their years… the prospects as to what this band may achieve in the future is incredibly exciting to say the least…” — Drowned In Sound

“…it’s much more than the sum of its parts and too effortlessly effervescent to be studied. Pure indie-pop to hold close to your heart.” — NME

“…the Pains of Being Pure at Heart are irrepressibly light, a band at ease with melody and softness.” — NY Times

“The Pains of Being Pure at Heart have crafted a debut album that is better than any word of mouth that it could receive, since practically any description of their music would just force potential listeners to jump to conclusions and run for the hills. You’re just going to have to listen for yourself.” — URB Magazine

About the Brooklyn Night Bazaar: The Brooklyn Night Bazaar is a temporary gathering of local artists, designers, musicians and chefs who are coming together in for three nights at a pop-up space in Williamsburg. They’re building on the momentum they picked up with their inaugural event at Dekalb Market in Downtown Brooklyn just a few months ago in October.

Billed as a hub for creative culture that is conspicuously well-timed for the holidays, 149 Kent Avenue will serve as the venue for over 100 local merchants and food vendors, boasting an interior and bespoke furniture by Julien de Smedt architects, art installations and projections by NBNY, live performances by James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem), the Hold Steady, Titus Andronicus and more.

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