Big Thief, The Range of Light Wilderness, and .michael live at The Paradise
 

Editor’s Note: We’re basking in a bit of a guitar-rock songwriting renaissance these days. Songwriters like Alex Lahey, Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz, and Middle Kids’ Hannah Joy have brought back a certain humanism to musical storytelling over the past five or so years, and no doubt a part of this wave is Big Thief’s Adrianne Lenker. The Brooklyn band’s songs, particularly “Shark Smile” and “Mythological Beauty”, have a certain timelessless to them, the type of tracks that 25 years from now we’ll use to define these unsettling and uncertain times. Those songs and a bunch more were on display last night (October 18) at The Paradise Rock Club, as Big Thief rolled into Boston showing off last year’s Saddle Creek-issued LP Capacity. Vanyaland’s Ben Stas was inside the Commonwealth Avenue rock club to shoot the sights, including the pair of openers, The Range of Light Wilderness and .michael, and you can flip through his full gallery below.

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