After a five-year hiatus, indie rockers the Rapture returned last year with their stellar fourth LP, In the Grace of Your Love. Full of their trademark upbeat disco-punk, electro rock, and leftfield sax solos, its dense, engaging musical pastiche actually belied its true cause, a platform to chronicle the loss frontman Luke Jenner felt after the passing of his mother and the confusion he felt when becoming a new father. It’s a complex, bittersweet record, but its true virtue is how these songs could play well on both a psychologist’s couch and a dance floor.
Fri., April 6, 9 p.m., 2012
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