Indie rock duo Wye Oak gently rock The Space tonight, July 5

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Wye Oak is one of those bands who draw a crowd every time they blow through town. Tonight, they hit The Space in Hamden with fellow Maryland band Other Colors. Their latest album Civilian came out in March of last year on Merge Records. If you're not already familiar with it, you may recognize the title track from the end of "The Walking Dead"'s second season.

The band's latest project has been recording a song for the Adult Swim Singles Program. The third in the program's 12 songs in 12 weeks, "Spiral" is a dark and moody slow-burner that departs from Wye Oak's usual sound with its reverby vocals and electronic beats. You can listen to the song and the first and second installments by The Hives and Unknown Mortal Orchestra at Adult Swim's site.

The show tonight opens at 8 p.m. Tickets are $12, and are available through Manic Productions here, or take your chances at the door.

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