NXNE Concert Review: Pirate Love, June 18, El Mocambo

Toronto – Coming off as latter day Primal Scream wannabes, Norway’s Pirate Love played their blend of psychedelic punk rock to a decent crowd on Thursday. I guess they are promoting their album “Black Voudoun Space Blues”. Personally they didn’t do that much for me despite dressing up in costumes (or maybe ponchos and cowboy hates is typical garb for Norwegians). I found the lead singers voice to be too growly at times and he spent a lot of time with his back to the crowd. I do think he has the rock star attitude down, often looking disinterested, sock full of arrogance and having a bedazzled outfit. Having said all that the last two songs weren’t all that bad. I think if someone dressed up as Jack Sparrow, I would have enjoyed their show more.

Pirate Love will be at Neutral on June 20th at 2 Am.

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3 Responses to NXNE Concert Review: Pirate Love, June 18, El Mocambo

  1. NXNE-ER

    Totally. I was expecting a ton more energy from them. Nope.

  2. saint

    You want Jack Sparrow? You have gone to see the Tyburn Saints at the Painted lady then.

  3. Ames

    I 2nd that. tyburn saints were great…and a little more than drunk I think.

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