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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Younger Me at The Fire, Mason Jennings at World Cafe Live, Mark Lanegan at Underground Arts, and more…

YMThey helped us though the end of summer with their “Swimming Pool” video and started the Fall on the right note with their two-track 7″ preview via Bandcamp. Now join York / Lancaster native Younger Me at The Fire tonight for their second 7″ release show. To help celebrate the evening, the indie pop-rock trio will share the stage with Philly local Lucy Stone and Philadelphia based Family Vacation. Prepare for the show by listening and downloading their two track preview below. Find tickets and details for tonight’s 21+ performance here.

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Listen to a new song by The 1975, “Haunt // Bed” (playing with The Neighbourhood at Union Transfer on 6/25)

The 1975
The 1975
Below, listen to a new song, “Haunt // Bed,” from Manchester Brit-rockers The 1975 from the band’s forthcoming IV EP, out on May 20th. The band is playing on a bill with The Neighbourhood on Tuesday, June 25th; due to popular demand – the show, originally scheduled to be at Johnny Brenda’s – has been moved to Union Transfer. Go here for tickets to the show.

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The Neighbourhood w/ The 1975 playing Johnny Brenda’s on June 25

The 1975
The 1975
The Neighbourhood and The 1975 are playing Johnny Brenda’s on Tuesday, June 25th. The show offers the promise of two hotly buzzed bands “before they get big.” From Manchester, England, The 1975 bring a convincingly fresh take to the world of classic Brit-pop. From LA, The Neighbourhood are a stylish, pop minded group whose song “Sweater Weather” is shaping up to be a fan favorite (watch the video below). Tickets to the show go on sale here this Friday, April 26 at Noon.

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Stream a track from The 1975′s new EP (playing Kung Fu Necktie on 3/28)

The Line of Best Fit have premiered a new track from The 1975 today, taken from the Manchester, UK band’s upcoming Music for Cars EP (out March 3rd via Dirty Hit).  With slick synth pops and swizzles layered over pulsating bass lines, “Head.Cars.Bending” explodes into a dynamic, tightly produced piece of R&B electronica that hints at Music for Cars being a step in the right direction from the quartet’s 2012 debut EP Facedown.  Tickets and information for their 21+ show on March 28th at Kung Fu Necktie can be found here.  Stream “Head.Cars.Bending” here.