Ezra Furman is on the heels of Transangelic Exodus — which is both the title of his seventh album released earlier this month and quite possibly the most accurate description of what the 31-year-old indie-pop prince sounds like. Whether you’re under a disco ball, under the weather, or under the impression you might not have it all figured out, Furman’s sound is tailored for feeling yourself. Shoulder-shimmying saxophone solos and Patrick Wolf meets Mika meets the best damn weekend you’ve ever had, Furman is a glittering soundtrack for getting out of the emotional gutter and into the world. Detroit's own Anna Burch opens.
Ezra Furman will perform
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