Two Harbors' new album, The Natural Order of Things, distills the massive guitar riffs and soaring choruses of early-'90s Britpop and rekindles the fire of a bygone era. Frontman Chris Pavlich and Kris Johnson's wall of guitars give "There Is Love," "Be Forever," and "See You Down the Road" an Oasis-like bite that is more than welcome since the Gallagher brothers splintered their legendary band. The Minneapolis quartet's new material has slowly trickled out live — including a support slot for English buzz band Temples — but this release show will be a chance to focus squarely on the most dynamic material of their career. With BNLX, Fury Things, Stereo Confession, and DJ Jake Rudh.
Fri., May 16, 9 p.m., 2014