Philly punk band Bleeding Rainbow are coming home for a show at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. With a new record out next January, the nervy, harmonizing four-piece have been hitting the touring life hard lately, playing CMJ showcases in New York last month and spending September out on the west coast. The new record, which follows up this year’s Yeah Right debut, was recorded at Fancy Time Studios here in Philadelphia. Tickets and information for tonight’s 21+ show with Potty Mouth and Batty can be found here. Watch Bleeding Rainbow perform new song “Start Again” below.
L.A. alt-pop group The Neighbourhood comes to town for a special show at Penn’s Harrison Auditorium, presented by UPenn SPEC. The band went viral with their single “Sweater Weather” off of their debut I Love You LP, topping the Billboard charts and selling out Union Transfer in June. They’ll be joined by Little Daylight, whose bassist is a Penn grad. Tickets and information can be found on the Facebook page here. Watch “Sweater Weather” below.
West Coast psych rockers Wooden Shjips headline Underground Arts tonight. With their new album Back to Land, the San Francisco outfit trekked out to Oregon for a more organic feel. Wooden Shjips expanded their sonic experimentation this time around, adding in an acoustic guitar and resulting in perhaps their most accessible album yet. Tickets and information for tonight’s 21+ show with Bardo Pond and Creepoid can be found here. Watch the video for “Back to Land” below.
Dan Bern at the Tin Angel (8:30 p.m., 21+, $22)
Sky Ferreira at the First Unitarian Church (8:00 p.m., all ages, $15)
Schoolly D at The Fire (8:00 p.m., 21+, $10)
Light Heat at Ortlieb’s (9:00 p.m., 21+, $10)
Samantha Crain at Milkboy (8:30 p.m., 21+, $12)Bleeding Rainbow, Harrison Auditorium, Johnny Brenda's, The Neighbourhood, Underground Arts, Wooden Shjips