Our Lady Peace on October 13 at 8 p.m.

House of Blues Orlando

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In a Nutshell

Post-grunge outfit behind “Superman’s Dead” and “Somewhere Out There” delivers alt-rock classics and new tracks with a pop edge

The Fine Print

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The Deal

  • $23.80 for one G-Pass for general-admission standing (up to $34 value)

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Our Lady Peace

  • The OLP Sound: Raine Maide’s huff-to-falsetto vocals contrast and complement straightforward hooks, quiet-loud-quiet song structures, and heart-on-the-sleeve lyrics—in other words, the very essence of ’90s alt rock.
  • The Name: It’s taken from a Mark Van Doren poem, and is a considerable improvement over the band’s initial name, “As If.”
  • Their First Breakthrough: Four years after forming in Toronto, the group landed its first US modern-rock hit with 1996’s “Starseed” and gained further exposure by touring with fellow Canadian Alanis Morissette.
  • Clumsy: OLP’s agile sophomore album went platinum in the US and earned the rare diamond certification in Canada thanks to the megahits “Superman’s Dead” and “Clumsy.” 
  • Other OLP Hits that Scaled the Charts: “One Man Army,” “Is Anybody Home?,” “Somewhere Out There”
  • What’s New: the single “Won’t Turn Back,” which finds the band exploring catchy dance pop without losing any of their edge.
  • What to Expect: a mix of classic OLP hits, plus tastes of the band’s latest recordings, which Maide says contain “three of [his] favorite OLP songs [they’ve] recorded in a long time”

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