Photos: Cursive at the Teragram Ballroom
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It wasn’t Omaha (because what is?), Tim Kasher told the capacity crowd Thursday night at the Teragram Ballroom, but it ranked as Cursive’s favorite show thus far on their landmark spring-summer tour.
The special occasion was the celebration of the Nebraskan indie stalwarts’ third album, “Domestica,” released in 2000. As the band has on the first half of their tour, they kicked the night off with a handful of non-“Domestica” tracks before launching into the album in all its jagged glory.
A couple of new songs made it into their set, which was a thrill even if Kasher declined to accede to the wishes of certain fans, who, he joked, had Venmo’d him in a vain attempt to bribe him to takes his clothes off.
Resurgent Omaha-bred band Neva Dinova, who last month released their first new music in a decade (“Something’s Out There”), opened the night.
Cursive’s tour continues tonight with a show at the Glass House.
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