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Van Pierszalowski, the creative force behind WATERS, sings in a style that's both demanding and indifferent, while pumping guitars, backing vocals and crashing drums give a heavy, anthemic feel. Songs like "Mikey Mantle" show Van also has tamed, more intimate side. The 5-piece recently appeared on Conan. The day after they play in Rochester, WATERS heads out on a 2-month tour supporting high-energy indie-pop duo Matt and Kim.

WATERS performs Thursday, April 9, at the Main Street Armory, 900 East Main Street. 7 p.m. $9.41-$15.,

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