Brookville and the Postmarks at Pop's Blue Moon, October 12


Well, here's something I never expected to see: Brookville -- the Andy Chase-lead indie-pop band that opened for Trashcan Sinatras here in August -- and Camera Obscura/Beach House-esque indie-rockers the Postmarks just announced a show in St. Louis on Monday, October 12. The venue? Pop's Blue Moon, on the Hill. No more info as of yet, except that these two bands are so worth going out on a Monday night to see. Both specialize in gentle, fluffy-clouds music full of sweet, blissful melancholy. Brookville is releasing a new album, Broken Lights, on September 29, while the Postmarks' Memoirs At The End of the World is out now. The following is the former's cover of The The's "Slow Emotion Replay."

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