Metronomy is at the Granada tonight

On the buoyant “Love Letters,” the title track of Metronomy’s latest album, the British four-piece exuberantly announces, over a persistent and punchy drumbeat, the intention to, you know, keep on writing love letters. It’s a promise that permeates the rest of the record, as frontman Joseph Mount’s lyrics improve, and he seems to find all kinds of lovers and friends to sing to.

It’s a catchy 40 minutes or so, the sort of easily likable stuff that summers are supposed to be made of. Maybe you’ll make a new pen pal on Friday at the Granada.

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