Tonight’s Concert Picks: Against Me! at Union Transfer, Dar Williams at Arden Gild Hall, Moses Sumney at First Unitarian Church, and more

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Against Me! released their latest LP Shape Shift With Me a year ago, and tonight their tour makes a stop at Union Transfer with support from Bleached and The Dirty Nil. The gritty folk-punk band are known for emotional, personal tunes penned by frontwoman Laura Jane Grace; their last two albums reflect on her experiences navigating relationships and life as a transgender woman. Listen below, and find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Dar Williams‘ show tonight at Wilmington’s Arden Gild Hall isn’t just a concert — it’s also features a book reading and discussion. The prolific folk-pop singer/songwriter has released 10 studio albums and written four books, the most recent being What I Found In A Thousand Towns, which you can hear excerpts of tonight. VIP tickets include a signed copy. Listen to Williams’ Folkadelphia Session below and find more information on tonight’s show on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Moses Sumney first hit the scene in 2014, and tonight the songwriter brings his hushed and haunting sounds to the First Unitarian Church, following last month’s release of debut full-length Aromanticism. Sumney’s synth-driven songs sound soulfully futuristic, and he takes inspiration from everything from jazz to Gospel. XPN Fest alum Xenia Rubinos also performs. Find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar.

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