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Mommyheads released ‘Vulnerable Boy,’ playing NYC release party at Arlene’s Grocery

by Bill Pearis

DOWNLOAD: Mommyheads – Right Where They Should Be (MP3)

Mommyheads

’90s era indie rock band Mommyheads reformed about four years and have managed an album every year since. Their most recent, Vulnerable Boy, is a highly ambitious, prog-leaning pop epic filled with soaring choruses and swoony strings. (Fans of Manic Street Preachers might want to give this a listen.) You can download a song from it, “Right Where They Should Be,” at the top of this post and stream the whole thing via Spotify below.

You can hear these ambitious songs live in NYC at Vulnerable Boy’s release party which happens Saturday (8/11) at Arlene’s Grocery. Advance tickets are on sale.

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