In "Pardon Me," Incubus' Brandon Boyd sang about being a 23-year-old whose life was so out of whack that he felt like he would spontaneously combust. Twelve years later, he sings about being 23 in "Promises, Promises," the piano-rock track on the band's latest album, "If Not Now, When?" That doesn't mean it's the same Incubus it used to be. Now that the group has "grown up," they generally sound more subdued, less at odds with the world.

In "Pardon Me," Incubus' Brandon Boyd sang about being a 23-year-old whose life was so out of whack that he felt like he would spontaneously combust. Twelve years later, he sings about being 23 in "Promises, Promises," the piano-rock track on the band's latest album, "If Not Now, When?" That doesn't mean it's the same Incubus it used to be. Now that the group has "grown up," they generally sound more subdued, less at odds with the world.

"If Not Now" mostly sticks to mid-tempo songs and throws in occasional orchestral instruments. If it weren't for Boyd's affecting vocals, you would never guess it's the same guys who created "S.C.I.E.N.C.E." The change will make for a varied set during Tuesday night's show at the LC, which Young the Giant will open.