Reminiscent of the earliest form of garage rock and trailing off into experimental territory, Tomorrows Tulips traipse between harmonious and ominous. Their Eternally Teenage album is probably the most fitting descriptor for their sound: simple, Beat Happening-esque drums, distorted guitar and lo fi vocals, altogether sounding recklessly primitive, yet passionate and sunny just the same. Part of the Burger Records canon of musicians, this Costa Mesa trio sing jaded love songs to the world, however keeping a cautious optimism towards it; adolescence was never this conceptual. Catch them play Detroit Bar tonight with Incan Abraham, Cotillon and Memory Hotel.
Sat., July 13, 8 p.m., 2013