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Pink Mountaintops

Tuesday 2nd September 2014

The Heavy Hearted + Nightworkers

At The Green Door Store

Doors 7:30 pm

Price £9.50 / £11.50

Melting Vinyl are pleased to welcome to Brighton Pink Mountaintops, the hazy rock band from Steve McBean of Vancouver psych collective Black Mountain. The new album, Get Back, is out through Jagjaguwar April 28, following 2009’s Outside Love.

Giant Drag‘s Annie Hardy raps on ‘North’, the lead track from the record which was inspired by “Alleys, curbs, walls, and cigarette-stained gig flyers. An island on the Pacific coast. Fake British towns. Slayer posters. The beauty of youth. It’s about listening to ‘Driver’s Seat’ and ‘Guns of Brixton’ and hotboxing The Duster.”

Pink Mountaintops’ revolving-cast lineup features a number of guests this time around, including J Mascis, Rob Barbato (The Fall, Cass McCombs), Steve Kille (Dead Meadow), Daniel Allaire (Brian Jonestown Massacre), and Gregg Foreman (Cat Power, Delta 72). It was mixed by Randal Dunn, who has worked with Sunn O))) and Marissa Nadler, among others, and mastered by Howie Weinburg (Nirvana, Ramones, Beastie Boys).

Get Back is an exploration and celebration of what, exactly, rock ‘n’ roll can be. Don’t miss  Stephen McBean at the Green Door Store.

Support:

The Heavy Hearted an indie rock band from Exeter who have supported the likes of Big Deal, Stornoway, The 1975, Kelly Deal’s R.Ring and Pulled Apart By Horses. They are comprised of members of Big Words, Great Cynics, Ok Pilot and Muncie Girls, and play accessible, melodic rock influenced by The Breeders, Throwing Muses, Lemuria and Rilo Kiley.

Nightworkers are a 5-piece from Brighton creating psychedelic rock music.