Pittsburgh Event

Poor Young Things @ Smiling Moose PGH on Oct 13

Each time this band hits the stage they elevate their game.”
– Jeff Leake, SiriusXM

SiriusXM ‘Emerging Artist of the Year’ winners Poor Young Things released their debut full-length, The Heart. The Head. The End, this year and the Canadian quintet has been slowly building a name for themselves here in the States.  After spending the summer on the Vans Warped Tour and performing on national tv, PYT were dubbed a ‘highlight’ of the Yellow Phone Music Conference by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal.  Yellow Phone co-founder Scott Ziel adds, “a great, hooky rock band with big choruses and really lush vocals. They are radio-ready.”

After some much needed rest back in the Great White North, Poor Young Things are heading back out on the road again and come to THE SMILING MOOSE in PITTSBURGH on SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13th.
This show is part of a run of dates with fellow-Canadians Rah Rah that ends with multiple performances at the CMJ Music Marathon.
Sunday, October 13 – 8pm
Poor Young Things @ The Smiling Moose

1306 E Carson St
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
(412) 431-4668
http://www.smiling-moose.com/
$10
Produced by Jon Drew (Fucked Up, Tokyo Police Club),The Heart. The Head. The End. is melodic yet unfussy with equal parts grit and groove. You can view the video for lead single “Sign of the Times” here and download the track for free courtesy of CMJ here.  Diffuser calls the track, “Super hooky and filled with swelling background vocals echoing the clean yet propulsive energy heard throughout the album.”

In the midst of their non-stop touring schedule, PYT cut a cover of Electric Feel by MGMT along with label-mate Tim Chaisson for Southern Souls.
Poor Young Things Tour Dates:
Sun, Oct 13 – Pittsburgh, PA – The Smiling Moose*
Tues, Oct 15 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground*
Wed, Oct 16 – Philadelphia, PA – World Café Live*
Thur, Oct 17 – Boston, MA – Great Scott*
Fri, Oct 18 – New York, NY – Pianos – CMJ – Planetary Group Party
Sat, Oct 19 – New York NY – Lit – CMJ
* w/ Rah Rah
“Anthemic… well produced, energetic and catchy.”
– The Aquarian
Catchy and totally groovy upbeat buzzsaw pop… chock full of instantly familiar oughta-be hits.”
– BabySue

Poor Young Things don’t make music to sit in on a grey day watching the rain on your window.
This is vibrant, raw, enriching music
.”
– The Sound of Confusion (UK)

A rock-solid debut… an enjoyable record from beginning to end.”
– The Daily News
 
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