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Tonight In Rock: Biffy Clyro, The Big Pink, Laura Veirs, Superhumanoids

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The Big Pink will be performing tonight at the El Rey Theatre | Photo by Michael Camacho for LAist
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Our Pick: The Big Pink, A Place to Bury Strangers, Active Child, IO Echo @ El Rey Theatre

Tonight Scottish rock outfit Biffy Clyro (LAist Interview) will be gracing the Troubadour, warming up the stage for headlining act, Atlanta-based indie rockers Manchester Orchestra. Local indie pop quartet Superhumanoids are poised to take on the Silver Lake Lounge with none other than Highland Park-based psych-infused synth pop act Random Patterns, Red Tide and his Orchestra. And, lastly, Portland-based songstress Laura Veirs will be performing at Spaceland. But we strongly suggest heading over to the El Rey Theatre to catch London-based electro-infused rock duo the Big Pink (LAist Interview, Review). Brooklyn-based noise-infused rock outfit A Place To Bury Strangers (LAist Review), LA-bred electro-pop singer-songwriter Active Child and local goth/dance-infused rock duo IO Echo are slated to kick things off.

Do not fret! Week In Rock will be up later today. It exists! We exist!

The Big Pink - "Too Young To Love"