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Post-emo modern rock four-piece Tigers Jaw released their sixth studio album I Won’t Care How You Remember Me back in March, and with the world gradually beginning to open back up, they’ve announced plans to celebrate the record on October 22nd at Union Transfer.

The album addresses themes of communication, confrontation, and connection. It’s also the band’s first album where all four bandmates — keyboardist / vocalist Brianna Collins, guitarist Ben Walsh, drummer Teddy Roberts, and bassist Colin Gorman — collaborated on the songwriting process.

“We can’t wait to get back into playing live again,” the band wrote in an Instagram post, calling Union Transfer “one of our favorite venues in the world.”

Announcements for concerts at this point are subject to change due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, and though Union Transfer does not have any specific COVID safety information on their website yet, promoter Sean Agnew told us in our recent story about the return of concerts that “We will almost certainly enforce masks for the foreseeable future. Lots of states are talking about showing proof of a vaccine OR taking a same day COVID test to attend a concert. We aren’t quite sure yet what to expect, but whatever the state and city decides — we’ll be sure to follow along and welcome everyone back in a SAFE manner.”

Tickets for Tigers Jaw’s October 22nd show at Union Transfer go on sale today at 10 a.m., more information can be found here. Below, watch the band’s recent run of stripped-down re-imaginations of I Won’t Care How You Remember Me‘s songs, dubbed Sunset Sessions. For the most up-to-date concert news, visit WXPN’s Concert Calendar.

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