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you‘re a fan of the Brian Jonestown Massacre you could do a lot worse than hitting up Birthdays in Dalston tomorrow night for Temple Songs, who also cut a nice line in 60s indebted psychedelia, just with better tuned guitars, and hopefully a frontman without the same psychotic tendencies as Anton Newcombe.

The particularly insta-happy ensamble are joined on the bill by the completely un-google-able Parlour and Whistlejacket, who we’re hoping are an a capella tribute to Bromhead’s Jacket, but almost certainly aren’t.

Here’s Temple Songs in action with ‘I Can’t Look After You’:

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