Curse you, curfew. Mister Loveless discusses every teenager's worst nightmare in the new music video of their song "Curfew".
Mister Loveless are a 4-piece rock band founded in 2003 by two high school friends, Rob I. Miller and Charlie Koliha, in a sleepy suburb of San Francisco called Walnut Creek. Mister Loveless grew from an angular, post-punk act to a new sonic territory that is all their own when they enlisted a long term friend, Sean Gaffney, and devoted fan, Nick Clark. The group currently resides in Oakland.
Mister Loveless have influences that range from the melodic tension building dynamics of the Pixies, to the crooning testimony of The Smiths. They have the ability to move the listener into a frenzy and celebration of youth and disorder then, within moments, take them to the brink of solemn tears. In this double nature, one of joy and regret, that leads to spectators to put their drinks down and approach the stage with moth-like tragedy.
Mister Loveless released Grow Up on Sept. 11, 2012. The album will stand as a call to arms and a challenge to a generation that will have to make its place in the world and make it their own.