Brooklyn rock band Bad Luck brings 'Summer of Pain' to Tampa next week

Bad Luck played Crowbar literally weeks before the world went into lockdown mode.

click to enlarge Bad Luck - PHOTO BY NICK SURRETE
Photo by Nick Surrete
Bad Luck
Last summer, Brooklyn alternative group Bad Luck released Summer Of Pain, an album with themes similar to Pet Sounds, which the group is ready to share with Tampa fans next week.

According to the band, the record is “a bridge between childhood ambition and adult realism by exploring the underlying tension of romanticism in our modern world.” You know, heartache, setbacks, but also some of the good moments.

Bad Luck played Crowbar literally weeks before the world went into lockdown mode, and one pandemic later, fans will reconvene in the same location with a lot less fear and a lot more new music to celebrate.  Opening for Bad Luck are punk groups Dollar Signs and Taking Meds.

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Josh Bradley

Josh Bradley is Creative Loafing Tampa's resident live music freak. He started freelancing with the paper in 2020 at the age of 18, and has since covered, announced, and previewed numerous live shows in Tampa Bay, even as the live music industry continues to get back on its feet.
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