B-Sides: Allah-Las 


If you can't get enough of the ever-popular neo-psych scene invading modern rock nowadays, you're in luck. That's because one of the genre's most beloved acts is hitting up Club Congress (311 E. Congress St.) on Tuesday, April 26. The L.A.-based Allah-Las (say that 10 times fast) are back out on tour with rumors of a new album, following 2014's Worship the Sun and their 2012 self-titled debut, to come soon. With sunny harmonies embellishing moody lead vocals and an upbeat tempo that also remains totally chill, the Allah-Las embody the movement as well as any of their tripped-out comrades with riffs that feel ripped out of another era. They'll be joined by Mild High Club.

You can vibe out at this 21 and over show for $12 starting at 8 p.m. Tickets and more info are available via www.hotelcongress.com.

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