Bio beware

By REYAN ALI  |  November 24, 2009

That's not to say Perkins doesn't regard himself as a man of the present — "I intend to make music that aims at truth and reality and not escaping from that." His distant, mythical wordplay grows out of the simplicity of daily life. "Anything is fair game, and anything can be worth the sacred space a song takes up. Where your head or heart's at can make a song float or sink."

ELVIS PERKINS IN DEARLAND + BOWERBIRDS + DAVE GODOWSKY | Paradise Rock Club, 967 Comm Ave, Boston | November 30 at 7 pm | 18+ | $16 | 617.562.8800 or www.thedise.com

ELVIS PERKINS IN DEARLAND + BOWERBIRDS | The Hi-Hat, Davol Sq, Providence | December 1 @ 8 pm | $12 | 401.453.6500 or thehihat.com

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