She Wants Revenge Will Tear You Apart at Revolution Live September 16

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Give She Wants Revenge's self-titled debut album a listen. You'll probably hear a few New Order or Interpol influences, but what you won't hear is more than two people making all that racket. Sure the album is thick with synthesizers and effects, but the soundscape is so lush it's hard to imagine just two people conduct it in studio, much less perform it live. The San Fernando Valley-based duo has announced a September 16 stop at Revolution Live.

So if you've got a hankering for some 80's style gothic synth-pop, head over to Ticketmaster and prepare to spend $16 for a ticket.

Hit the jump to listen to the boys in action.

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