Photo by Brian Chilson.
10 p.m., White Water Tavern. $5.
Finally. One of the finest young local bands to emerge lately celebrates the release of its debut EP with a concert at White Water. I say “finally” because, after forming in 2008 and performing memorably in last year's Musicians Showcase, Whale Fire
hoped to release this album in the spring. But, ultimately, the band decided to recut the EP with Little Rock producer extraordinaire Will Boyd. Now that it's got something to leave behind, the quartet, which specializes in bright, hook-heavy pop-rock, plans to take the show on the road. Admission gets you the EP. Big Boots and the See open.