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For Boucher, Grimes has been a gamble, but one that so far has paid off in a way that displays the power of just doing it, damn the risk. "It was tricky at first, when I stopped doing everything else and focused on Grimes. But it was good because I was super desperate, and I knew that if I fucked this up, I'd starve to death or something — so it was pretty cool." ^

GRIMES + BORN GOLD + BIRTHDAYS | Great Scott, 1222 Comm Ave, Boston | March 26 @ 9 pm | SOLD OUT |

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