Larimer Lounge Presents
Pure Bathing Culture
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmLarimer Lounge
$12 - $15
This event is 18 and over
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lift for love and live for something // lift for love and live through something // lift for love and live through something else
Night Pass emerged from emotional tumult. The band had lost their label and their team in quick succession, causing them to turn inwards during the creation of this record—the duo’s spirit of resilience beats like a heart through ten powerful tracks, persistence exploding into songs like “Devotion,” a danceable canticle in praise of partnership.
darling devotion // it puts stars in the jewels // and darling devotion //it’s all we can do
Finding opportunity in the unknown, Pure Bathing Culture called upon friend and producer Tucker Martine (REM, My Morning Jacket, Neko Case and Spoon) to join their journey. His studio, became an oasis, a place of healing and of progress. This darker incandescence of collaborative survival gleams through “Moonrise,” “Remember” and “Joyous Lake,” the last of which provided Night Pass its title. “It’s our favorite song on the record,” Daniel and Sarah confess in agreement. “It’s a meditation on patience and not giving up.”
the joyous won’t be jealous of // the heavens up above
in stream lit skies mysterious // above the joyous lake
Musically, Pure Bathing Culture emanate an expertise in sounds supernatural and ethereal. Sarah ignites lines with a voice like sorcery, injecting each note with palpable energy. Daniel embraces his instruments as companions. He explains, “I don’t plan, I just think of each part as a different person. I'll name them, think of the clothes they're wearing, where they're from ... This helps me feel like we’re creating our own world.” His method is evident in “Ad Victoriam,” where sounds interact like living, loving bodies, and in “All Night,” where Sarah’s voice seems to twirl each melodic layer as if by hand.
dark nights and blackest dreams // when nothing’s ever as it seems // and you are all alone // and what’s left in between
If Night Pass clarifies only one thing, it’s that over the course of their Richard Swift-produced debut EP and the two beloved studio albums that followed, Sarah Versprille and Daniel Hindman have done more than establish a musical identity; they’ve honed a sonic virtue. The album is a shining exhalation, beaming with electric intimacy and propelling Pure Bathing Culture into due triumph. The album closes with “Violet A Voyager,” a softly resolving song that Daniel and Sarah always knew would come last, the first glimpse of violet on the horizon after the black of night.
What dreams give back again // at night beneath the waves // as violet finds its way above the moonlight shade
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