Interview: Pure X talks heavenly third album

An album named Angel makes me think of a one of few things: An alt-rock band that has found the Lord, a Nordic pop group's debut album, or Mariah Carey. Pure X's third album is (thankfully) neither of those things. Breaking out in 2010 with the melodic lo-fi Pleasure, Pure X quickly became my favorite seemingly-unknown band (if that phrase can still be used un-ironically in the Internet age). Two years after Pleasure, the band released their second album, Crawling Up the Stairs, a deeper, darker, more situated LP that somewhat dismantled a lot of the vibes I loved about [...]

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