Like fellow Brooklynites Parquet Courts, college-aged quartet Acid Dad specializes in a tightly wound, metronomic brand of garage-punk that puts its members’ exuberant personalities at the forefront. Unsubtle hipster-psych shades of Tame Impala and Thee Oh Sees also color the group’s work, as heard on Let’s Plan a Robbery, its solid debut EP, out Feb. 26 on Knife Tapes. At the start of a tour that includes gigs at the Savannah Stopover festival and SXSW, the buzz-bin band will play Caledonia on Monday night with support from punky locals The Hernies, The Rodney Kings and Nihilist Cheerleader.
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