Quote the Raveonettes, "We Have More."
By Michele Lenni in Arts & Entertainment on Apr 6, 2011 6:20PM
One band that managed to remain in our consciousness and keep us switched on was The Raveonettes. These two Danish rockers catapulted to fame in 2002 with their fuzzed-out, hooky single Attack of the Ghostriders. Instead of making just one great record that is imprinted on the minds of many they released four totally solid albums and have recorded with the likes of The Crystal's Ronnie Spector, The Velvet Underground's Maureen Tucker and Suicide's Martin Rev. They continue to keep their fresh perspective on their soon-to-be-released album Raven in the Grave; an album chalk full of blissed-out, melancholy songs of longing that bring lead singer Sharon Foo's vocals to the top of the mix amidst a bevy of swelling guitars and this time around a shift to more lackadaisical rhythms. Tonight they take the stage at Lincoln Hall and we just can't wait to see what this tour has to offer.
Tonight, April 6, Lincoln Hall 2424 N Lincoln, 9 p.m., $18, 21+