Tonight’s Concert Picks: Hamilton Leithauser at Union Transfer, Ratboys at Everybody Hits, Telepathic at Kung Fu Necktie, and more

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Hamilton Leithauser at Firefly 2016 | photo by John Vettese for WXPN

Hamilton Leithauser played a stunning show at Johnny Brenda’s at the beginning of the year, and now he’s moving his expansive sound into a bigger space with a headlining gig at Union Transfer. Known as the former lead vocalist of the Walkmen, Leithauser released an album with Rostam last year and a song with Angel Olsen just a few weeks ago, which you can listen to below. Courtney Marie Andrews opens tonight’s show; find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Chicago-based Ratboys released their latest album GN over the summer, and now they’re making a stop at Everybody Hits with a stacked lineup in tow — Dags, Big Nothing and Aster More are all on the bill. The alt-country/indie rockers mix witty and thoughtful lyrics with tons and tons of catchy riffs. Listen to GN below and find tickets and more information on tonight’s show on the XPN Concert Calendar.

There’s a lot happening at Kung Fu Necktie tonight, but in the middle of a lineup that’s led by Honey Radar and includes Dark Web, Soft Crime and Andrew Jeffrey Wright, you can find Philly punk trio Telepathic celebrating the release of their new record Self Checkout. Telepathic recently joined us for a Key Studio Session, which you can listen to below. Find tickets and more information on tonight’s show on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Also playing:

Evanescence at Tower Theatre

Imagine Dragons at Wells Fargo Center

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