Tonight’s Concert Picks: Marian Hill at Union Transfer, CHVRCHES at Electric Factory, Hamilton Leithauser at Ortlieb’s and more

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Marian Hill | Photo courtesy of the artist
Marian Hill | Photo courtesy of the artist

Philly’s Marian Hill have been favorites of The Key for a while, from their first track “Whisky” to their appearance at XPoNential Music Festival and their forthcoming debut record. Producer Jeremy Lloyd and singer Samantha Gongol played Made In America this summer and are bringing their talents back to the area tonight at Union Transfer at 8 p.m. Click here for more information.

CHVRCHES burst onto the the scene in 2013 with their debut album, The Bones of What You Believe and are now in the midst of touring for their must-anticipated album Every Eye Open, which was released last week. The Scottish trio are deft at creating immediately catchy pop hooks that stay interesting long after the initial listen. Tonight they will perform at Electric Factory starting 8 p.m. alongside Mansionair. For more information click here.

Hamilton Leithauser and Paul Maroon of The Walkmen recently released an album of both originals and cover songs entitled Dear God. The release comes in the wake of the band’s “extreme hiatus” but will likely satisfy any Walkmen fans who just can’t wait extremely long to hear their favorite songwriters. The two perform at Ortlieb’s tonight beginning at 8 p.m. Head over to the XPN Concert Calendar for more information.

 

Also Playing:

Jucifer at Harrisburg Midtown Arts Ceter (8 p.m., $10, 21+)

Fabian Akilles, Chill Moody and more at Fishtown Night Market (6 p.m., all ages, Frankford and Girard)

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