In P.S. Eliot, Alabama identical twins Allison and Katie Crutchfield had one of the best indie pop bands in recent memory, releasing two LPs and a 7-inch full of vulnerable lyrics and irresistible melodies. If you’ve yet to educate yourself on their superior sound, start with “We’d Never Agree” off Introverted Romance and—if you can take it off repeat—continue until you reach Waxahatchee, principle songwriter Katie’s post–P.S. Eliot solo project. Last year’s American Weekend set presumably autobiographical lyrics (“Alison’s only calling me when her life is falling apart”) over piano and acoustic guitar, and her new album, Cerulean Salt, incorporated a full band, which she’ll likely play with at tonight’s show.
Wed., April 3, 7 p.m., 2013
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