Tonight’s Concert Picks: Pile at First Unitarian Church, Chelsea Sue Allen at Ortlieb’s, and The Felice Brothers at Chameleon Club

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Pile | Photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN | racheldelsordophotography.com

Boston indie rockers Pile make a headlining stop back at First Unitarian Church with +HIRS+, Gnarwahl, and Palberta. The band’s recent record A Hairshirt of Purpose records stripped-down dreams with simple sounds, creating that DIY aesthetic perfect for the sweaty underground of the Church. The show is all ages, and more information can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Chelsea Sue Allen opens for Silveeo at tonight’s gig at Ortlieb’s. The Downington native captured hearts with 2011’s Tiny Prizes, and continued with 2014’s Lonely Ages as her singer/songwriting style captures a plethora of genres to create an immersive experience. The show is 21+, and more information/tickets can be found on our XPN Concert Calendar.

Out in Lancaster, The Felice Brothers head up a wonderful gig at the Chameleon Club. This quintet screams classic American, as folk-vibes collide with big band rock to create a decade-spanning sound. The gig is 18+, and more information can be found on the XPN Concert Calendar.

 

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