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Artist Interviews The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

Kip Berman, frontman of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, sat down with Dylan Peterson down in the basement of the Empty Bottle before the band's sold-out show. They talked about how 90s irreverence was kind of annoying, gifs vs "jifs," feeling self-conscious in sunglasses, Kip said "cumshot" out loud, and Hot Doug's*. The band's new album, Days of Abandon, is out this week via Yebo.

*interview recorded prior to announcement of Hot Doug's closing

produced by Dylan Peterson

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Topics: days of abandon, dylan peterson, empty bottle, kip berman, pains of being pure at heart