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Sunday, May 26, 2013

The Coathangers evolve, Gunpowder Gray debuts

The Coathangers play their first local show since returning from the group's second tour of Europe tonight (Sun., May 26), at the Star Bar. The group's set should unveil more changes for a group that, since its eponymous debut album in 2007, has evolved from a fun party band into the polished indie rock outfit heard on 2011's Larceny and Old Lace LP.

The band has been busy since returning stateside, recently devoting some studio time to the fourth and final installment of a split seven-inch series it's doing with Suicide Squeeze Records. Previous splits included Davila 666, Heavy Cream, and Nu Sensae. No word yet on a release date or which band will be on the flipside.

Speaking of changes and world travelers, Biters drummer Joey O'Brien's new band Gunpowder Gray debuts tonight at the Star Bar as well. What that'll sound like plus what's next for the Coathangers are two mysteries that are worth solving this weekend.

The Coathangers, Gunpowder Gray, Dino's Boys, Ravagers, and Savage Pinks play the Star Bar tonight (Sun., May 26). $6. 7 p.m.

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