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s and push things forward, Perdomo explains, noting that the bands new music is more uplifting and upbeat than the stark, bleak Golden Record, which came at a time of both personal and professional turmoil for the group. On Reach For The Sun, we had a lot of inspiring songs, he says. I feel like right now we need to pull out of this dark veil before we do anything else in our story. Were pulling out of the darkness, and its really inspiring and uplifting.So, as The Dangerous Summer approach the next stage of their career, they do so with an overwhelming optimism thats never been stronger. This isnt a rehash: Its a band acknowledging their past with eyes turned squarely toward the future. Most importantly, its a reunion led by the music instead of the ancillary trappings of the industry. In their time away, Perdomo, Kennedy and Cato had plenty of time to figure out who and where they wanted to be, and theyve all returned to the same place.No one owes us anything, says Perdomo, who became a father during the bands hiatus. We have to prove ourselves again. Were giving our entire selves to this. We were always just grinding so hard because we needed to do it for a living, just trying to get by. Were not going to be grinding out 100-day tours; we conquered that. We finally got to the point where we dont need thiswe want it. XX
  • Start:February 13, 2018
  • End:February 13, 2018
  • Recurring
  • Where:Marquis Theater, 2009 Larimer Street, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80205
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