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Brand New

Oct. 23
7 p.m.
$35-$45
Indie Rock, Rock

It’s been a decade since emo lords Brand New put out their career-defining album, The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me, featuring depressing classics like the opening soft-into-freak-out “Sowing Season (Yeah)” and the spooky, crawling “Jesus Christ.” In celebration, the band will perform the entire LP each night of their current tour. Brand New promised their cult fanbase a new full-length in 2016, which would be their first since 2009’s underwhelming Daisy. But last month, they released a statement on Facebook apologizing and revoking their promise, with no hint of a future release date. Brand New have a funny way of jerking their fans back and forth — the New York four-piece threaten breakups more often than they put out music. Their summer tour T-shirts even read, “2000-2018,” forecasting the band’s death. Regardless of Brand New’s status, diehards are always ready to shed a tear and lose their minds to singer-songwriter Jesse Lacey’s shaky crow. New-emo heavyweights the Front Bottoms and Modern Baseball open.