Bows and Arrows at The End 

Shot Through the Heart

Shot Through the Heart
Just because they lack some polish, don’t mistake that for lack of guts. Murfreesboro quartet Bows and Arrows aren’t just the most endearing group of Velvets-y, Galaxie 500-ish indie popsters around—they also have another gear they can drop into and rock you right out of your hornrims. (Ask anyone who saw them open for The Brunettes a few weeks ago.) Their latest full-length, 1010 Eaton Street, is the best nod to the ’60s-influenced ’90s to come out in a long while, and if that’s not enough to get your sneakers moving toward Elliston Place, the band will be giving away their new EP at the show.
Fri., Sept. 4, 9 p.m., 2009

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