Kings of Convenience
With their Mamma Andersson-like album covers, timid song titles, and Simon & Garfunkel leanings, Norwegian indie-folk duo Kings of Convenience understand the power in a quiet riot. That said, tonight's love-in at Williamsburg's Warsaw is a guaranteed V-Day panty-peeler, particularly when the two lithe Scandinavians delicately finger-pluck their way to home base on Declaration of Dependence's sly "Me In You," a folk duet so brash, it could be penned by Flight of the Conchords. Perfect for the date who comes on soft instead of strong. With California surfers Franklin For Short.
Sun., Feb. 14, 8 p.m., 2010
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