The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart: Say No To Love

In adoring hipster news, The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart are busy working on a follow up to last year’s successful self-titled debut. A single will be released in November and a tour has launched. Here are the details and a video for the single, “Say No To Love.”

The Pains of Being Pure At Heart "Say No To Love" from Slumberland Records on Vimeo.

Via Force Field PR:

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart released its self-titled debut album way back at the beginning of 2009.  Since then the band has kept its fans satisfied while expanding their pop palette on the excellent Higher Than the Stars EP and this Summer's shimmering anthem "Say No To Love”. 

Photo courtesy of Force Field PR

We're extremely pleased to report that the band has been recording, mixing, and mastering their much-anticipated sophomore full-length which is slated for a March 2011 release on Slumberland.  In November the band will release the first single titled "Heart in Your Heartbreak" from the album with an exclusive B-side.  The band launches a limited US tour on Oct. 20 in Boston (including CMJ in New York this week) and will be trying out a few songs from the new record live on these dates. 

Stay tuned for more preview updates on this incredible new song as the album's first offering.  A rousing step forward that manages to retain the ebullient charm, wit and pop panache of their best work, we're kinda crazy excited for you to hear what's next.


Oct 20 - Paradise Boston, MA *
Oct 21 - Music Hall of Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY (Brooklyn Vegan CMJ Showcase) *
Oct 22 - Pi Lam Philadelphia, PA *
Nov 4 - The Venu Vancouver, BC +
Nov 5 - The Vera Project Seattle, Washington +
Nov 6 - Holocene Portland, OR + !
Nov 7 - EMU Ballroom Eugene, OR +
Nov 9 - The Independent San Francisco, CA +
Nov 10 - SoHo Santa Barbara, CA+
Nov 11 - The Loft UCSD La Jolla, CA +
Nov 12 - Echoplex Los Angeles, CA +%
Nov 14 - Pomona CA Glasshouse *

! = w/ Glasser
+ = w/ Weekend
% = w/ Sonny and the Sunsets
* = w/ Stars

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