The End of the Ocean's instrumental music generally lives up to its epic name, building to grand guitar crescendos that call to mind the likes of Explosions in the Sky. Indeed, if the "Friday Night Lights" cast ever decided to regroup for a movie or a run of new episodes (Netflix? Hulu? Anyone?), these locals could provide the ideal musical accompaniment. (Just picture an East Dillon Lion, fresh off a fight with his father, sprinting for a game-winning TD as "On Floating" hits its crescendo.)

The End of the Ocean's instrumental music generally lives up to its epic name, building to grand guitar crescendos that call to mind the likes of Explosions in the Sky. Indeed, if the "Friday Night Lights" cast ever decided to regroup for a movie or a run of new episodes (Netflix? Hulu? Anyone?), these locals could provide the ideal musical accompaniment. (Just picture an East Dillon Lion, fresh off a fight with his father, sprinting for a game-winning TD as "On Floating" hits its crescendo.)

In recent years, the band received a significant boost when Spotify added the song "Worth Everything Ever Wished For" to a pair of curated playlists, which led to more than 2 million streams and generated enough income for the musicians to play a brief European tour in 2015. This concert, which also features sets from the Hurt Ensemble, Twin Foxes and Prize the Doubt, will be the crew's first live performance in more than six months, so here's hoping we get to hear a new song or two.