The Life and Times, Cosmonaut, Crooked Heart

Thu Sep 11 2014

8:30 PM Doors

The Pyramid Scheme

68 Commerce Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Ages 21+

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Since The Life and Times formed, oh, roughly 1,825 days ago and began disarming audiences and critics with unbelievably loud yet relentlessly beautiful music, the main constant for the band has been how uncategorizable they've remained. Sure, they're a "rock band", but one that skirts the boundaries of this word in each song, tipping their collective cap to the giants that loom in each melody.

Yes, they're still moody, spacey, sonically overwhelming, symphonic and always grandiose. But threading these traits together is the same obsessive attention to detail from singer Allen Epley, drummer Chris Metcalf and bassist Eric Abert that was the calling card of Suburban Hymns (DeSoto) and each subsequent release.

The Life and Times + Cosmonaut + Crooked Heart

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    Cosmonaut

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  • Crooked Heart

    Crooked Heart

    Art Rock

The Life and Times + Cosmonaut + Crooked Heart

Thu Sep 11 2014 8:30 PM Doors

The Pyramid Scheme Grand Rapids MI
The Life and Times, Cosmonaut, Crooked Heart
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Ages 21+

Since The Life and Times formed, oh, roughly 1,825 days ago and began disarming audiences and critics with unbelievably loud yet relentlessly beautiful music, the main constant for the band has been how uncategorizable they've remained. Sure, they're a "rock band", but one that skirts the boundaries of this word in each song, tipping their collective cap to the giants that loom in each melody.

Yes, they're still moody, spacey, sonically overwhelming, symphonic and always grandiose. But threading these traits together is the same obsessive attention to detail from singer Allen Epley, drummer Chris Metcalf and bassist Eric Abert that was the calling card of Suburban Hymns (DeSoto) and each subsequent release.