Nervous Curtains has been a staple in the Dallas music scene for more than a decade, executing their post-punk musings over the course of five albums and one film score. While the band’s sound has evolved with each release, it’s not what one would generally think of as dangerous.
The group’s latest release I Tried to Fight It But I Was Inside It is a giant leap into something less casual and more immediate, a synth-driven post-punk take on similar topics that less polished punk and hardcore bands were exploring throughout the Reagan years – Dallas Observer
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