Convenient, this was not; back after a hastily postponed Valentine’s Day gig (how many relationships were torn asunder by that one?), Norwegian indie-folk pair Kings of Convenience honor their Warsaw hall obligations with a night of delicately finger-picked pathos. The weepiest in attendance will definitely have many requests from last year’s Declaration of Dependence, their third album and the first to whine, “My Ship Isn’t Pretty.” Yes, well, our pierogi is always cold—we all have fucking problems, don’t we?

Fri., June 4, 8 p.m., 2010

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