The rising atmospheric pop band, known for their dreamy sound, played a set that was nothing short of ethereal on Thursday at an unusual venue. Booking the Park Church Co-Op in Brooklyn for an intimate, ethereal sol-out set, the band played songs from their recently-released debut.The venue was dimly lit by a dreamy purple light, and every pew was filled. You'd be hard-pressed to see this many hipsters at church on a Thursday.
Check out exclusive photos from the near-sacred affair below.
E.R. Pulgar is a music writer, poet, image-maker, and once cried reading Virginia Woolf. Follow him on Twitter.
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