Impermanence Is A Virtue

SAMANTHA TELLEZ

Pelvis Wrestley revels in the joy of life’s only constant: Change.

AMM Feb. 13 2024

Pelvis Wrestley album release show Wednesday, Feb. 14 at Cheer Up Charlie’s, with Como Las Movies and Con Davison.

Nothing lasts forever. That may strike some as an unfortunate or ominous statement, but not in this case. The new album by Pelvis Wrestley, ANDY, or: The Four Horsegirls of the Apocalypse, embraces the pivotal role of impermanence as it gives way to releasing expectations and indulging in imperfection. Songwriter/vocalist Jammy Violet‘s conceptual mythos presents to us the nebulous godlike figure simply known as Andy, though less of an entity and more of a symbol of moving toward one’s true self – abandoning societal constructs that restrict, suffocate, and attempt to block any change.

Perhaps this is the ultimate Valentine. Pelvis Wrestley’s album release party happens to be A Very Austere Valentines Ball happening tomorrow night, Wednesday Feb. 14, at Cheer Up Charlie’s on Red River, with Como Las Movies and Con Davison on the bill. Doors at 8 p.m., and the evening features a Club Cherub Night Market. Fantastic and fantastical.

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