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First Unitarian Futureheads

The Futureheads, from Sunderland in the north of England, bring their version of rock and roll future to the First Unitarian Church tonight. Spiky pop-punk that hearkens back to the New Wave is the Barry Hyde-led band's specialty, and the group gets a touch more experimental than usual, without slowing the full-on momentum, on their fourth album, The Chaos. "Heartbeat Song" is the first single.

First Unitarian Futureheads

The Futureheads, from Sunderland in the north of England, bring their version of rock and roll future to the First Unitarian Church tonight. Spiky pop-punk that hearkens back to the New Wave is the Barry Hyde-led band's specialty, and the group gets a touch more experimental than usual, without slowing the full-on momentum, on their fourth album, The Chaos. "Heartbeat Song" is the first single. 

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