Like fellow Chicagoans the Lemons and Twin Peaks, Ne-Hi, favors breezy arrangements that sound decidedly unfussed over. Unlike those bands, however, which have a tendency to maintain some of the rough edges, Ne-Hi's jangly, guitar-driven indie-pop can be polished to a shimmer. This is particularly true of "Drag," a standalone digital single that, had it been released years ago, could have been one highlight on the "Garden State" soundtrack.

Like fellow Chicagoans the Lemons and Twin Peaks, Ne-Hi, favors breezy arrangements that sound decidedly unfussed over. Unlike those bands, however, which have a tendency to maintain some of the rough edges, Ne-Hi's jangly, guitar-driven indie-pop can be polished to a shimmer. This is particularly true of "Drag," a standalone digital single that, had it been released years ago, could have been one highlight on the "Garden State" soundtrack.

Bummers opens the show.


Big Room Bar

9 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1

1036 S. Front St., Brewery District

facebook.com/bigroombar