Alvvays headlining Pro Fans show at Rickshaw Stop with Absolutely Free and Talk In Tongues

The songs of Alvvays seem like the musical incarnations of a teen girl's diary entries: moody, hopeful, and wide-eyed. Their self-titled album, released this summer via locals Polyvinyl, teems with innocence and earnest, as ephemeral as youth but as vicious as naive determination. Molly Rankin, the Toronto group's lead singer and guitarist, adds a '60s softness to the band's sound, while Kerri Maclellan, Alec O'Hanley, Brian Murphy, and Phil MacIsaac coordinate anthemic pop melodies to channel their trademark sweet angst. Their penchant for melancholy has drawn a few like-minded fans, including

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