May 25, 2024

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Indie rockers Mannequin Pussy bring their unique mix of genres to Thalia Hall

By Colette Custin

 

Indie rock sensations Mannequin Pussy arrived at Thalia Hall this week to deliver a twenty- song set of their unique blend of punk, art rock, and indie pop.

The band has had quite a couple of years, with their music being featured on the hit HBO show Mare of Easttown in 2021, raising their profile with audiences, and their new album, I Got Heaven, has expanded upon their sound even more.

Vocalist Marissa Dabice took the stage wearing a tutu-style dress, owning the crowd from the get-go, cavorting and dancing before taking up her guitar, and former touring guitarist Maxine Steen is now a permanent member, rounding out the band into a four-piece, and Steen is a perfect compliment to Dabice’s electric presence onstage, calling to mind the early days of Karen O. The new songs show a real growth in the band’s style, and the Thalia crowd was unexpectedly treated to the entire new album, alongside favorites like “Romantic” and “Perfect.”

Mannequin Pussy (Thalia Hall, Chicago, 4/10/24)

I Don’t Know You Sometimes Nothing Like Patience

Drunk II Control
Softly
Loud Bark Split Me Open I Got Heaven Of Her

Aching
Everything
Cream
Perfect
Clams
OK? OK! OK? OK! Pigs is Pigs Emotional High Romantic

Photo Gallery : Mannequin Pussy – Thalia Hall (04.10.2024)

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