"We were wild for a while," sings Atlanta-based electro-pop quartet Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun in their recently debuted video. That song (which “focuses on themes such as the freedom of self in childhood and connecting to the part of yourself that believes you can do or be anything "), comes from the group's latest album, Wildfire. Having already made Atlanta's A-List and been named among SceneSC's “Essential Listening” acts, Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun has been sharing stages with The Walkmen, Tapes ‘n Tapes, French Kicks and more. They play the LAB on Saturday, Aug. 11, with Sunshine & The Bad Things (their last show of the year!) and Alarm Clock Conspiracy. 9 p.m., $6. lexavebrew.com.
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