Calendar Picks

The Glands

Since unexpectedly revving back up last year, longtime local indie rock favorites The Glands have kept the ball rolling, wowing a sold-out crowd at the now-defunct Green Room in October and performing as part of the Big Star tribute show on College Square the following month. A few weeks back, the band quietly added another, lower-key show to the calendar. Let’s hope the increased activity means the guys are hard at work on the long-rumored follow-up to 2000’s (impeccable, glorious, transcendent) self-titled record. Even if they’re not, though, let’s be honest: We’ll take all the Glands appearances we can get.

10 p.m. $5.


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