Tonight’s Concert Picks: Potty Mouth at Boot and Saddle, Communion Night featuring The Weeks at Underground Arts, Wesley Stace at Tin Angel and more

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Photo via facebook.com/pottymouthgirls
Photo via facebook.com/pottymouthgirls

Power-punk quartet Potty Mouth will celebrate their debut album Hell Bent tonight on the Boot and Saddle stage. Their sound is a blend of old school punk and power pop as the new record builds on their 2012 EP Sun Damage. Check out our interview with drummer Victoria Mandanas where she discusses touring and the band’s stance on female empowerment. Get tickets here and watch their video for “The Spins” below.

This month’s edition of the Communion Club Night Series brings The Weeks to Underground Arts tonight. The indie-rock outfit formed back in 2006 when its members were teenagers. Last year, they released their fifth album Dear Bo Jackson which sounds like a Southern mix of country, soul, and rock. Get tickets here and watch “King Sized Death Bed” below.

Wesley Stace (aka John Wesley Harding) will take to the Tin Angel stage tonight. The author/singer-songwriter released his first LP, Self-Titled under his given name last September. His storytelling skills shine through his low-key folk pop tunes. Watch “We Will Always Have New York” below and get tickets here.

Also tonight…

Amanda Shires at Milkboy (8:00 p.m., 21+, $10-$12)

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