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The Human Eyes, White Laces, Wool 

When: Thu., Jan. 24, 9:30 p.m. 2013
Price: $3-6

Thomas Costello, the writer behind and leader of new Carrboro band The Human Eyes, spent the better part of a decade flirting with a musician's life, whether co-founding a Whatever Brains precursor, winning a poetry contest, or starting and stopping various outfits after being unsatisfied. But last year, The Human Eyes issued Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a winning distillation of candid lyricism and '80s college rock erudition. Now, he takes The Human Eyes "on tour" for two dates in Chapel Hill and Raleigh. Richmond's White Laces open both shows with a concentrate of post-rock textures and post-punk energy. Wool opens. —Grayson Currin

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