Pleasure Cruise brings the beach

Vancouver indie-pop quartet is making waves just a few months on the scene.

Vancouver indie-pop quartet Pleasure Cruise is already making waves just a few short months on the scene.

Vancouver indie-pop foursome Pleasure Cruise is already making waves after just a few months on the scene. Their three-song EP Business or… is full out “fuzzed out summer jams” says drummer Dustin Bromley. “It sounds like getting drunk on the beach,” adds vocalist Jody Glenham. Now that sounds refreshing. Catch them playing with Listening Party and Slam Dunk, Fri. Feb. 3 at Lucky Bar. Tickets $10 at the door. Doors at 10 p.m. Be sure to ask guitarist and songwriter Quinn Omori  about the mysterious lady who was a major influence on his songwriting. M

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