Photo Ops

Pop/Rock
Nashville Scene Critic's Pick …

“It’s hard to recover from a bad year,” Photo Ops auteur Terry Price sings on his debut How to Say Goodbye’s opening track, “All the World Is.” He’d know. Between 2009 and 2011, Price was diagnosed with Bell’s palsy, resulting in partial facial paralysis, and dealt with the death of his father and the breakup of his old band, locals Oblio. Finding light at the end of a dark tunnel of trials and tribulations, Price emerges under the Photo Ops moniker with 10 tracks of post-traumatic, spacious dream pop that, despite the emotional bloodletting, is a consistently uplifting listen, rife with Edge-inspired licks, warm synths and sparse beats that add catchy comfort to Price’s raw soul-bearing. Neil O’Neil (Cheer Up Charlie Daniels, The Protomen) and fellow neo-New Wavers Milktooth open this record release show.

—Adam Gold

Fri, Mar 1 | 9:00 PM
The 5 Spot
21 and over
[Venue Details]

Photo Ops

Nashville TN  |  Rock



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