Almost every night of the week, Seattle’s stages offer a roster of regional indie-folk artists, do-it-yourself punk bands and homegrown comedians, as well as nationally touring pop stars. To that end, choosing something for your night out can be a daunting task. This weekly guide can help by filtering for recommended shows, select dates and your favorite genres.
This week’s highlights
Broods, 8 p.m. Monday, April 1, at Neptune Theatre. The brother-sister duo will bring their spring Don’t Feed The Pop Monster tour to Seattle in support of their third studio album, of the same name. Hailing from Nelson, New Zealand, Georgia and Caleb Nott have been performing together from a young age. Their first album, “Evergreen,” was released in 2014 and hit No. 1 on the New Zealand charts. The group has previously toured with some big names, including Taylor Swift and Sam Smith. The indie-pop group will tour cities in the U.S. and Canada through April before ending in Washington, D.C.
James Bay, 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 3, at Paramount Theatre. The “Hold Back the River” singer is coming to Seattle for one last show on the North American leg of his Electric Light Tour. “Electric Light” is Bay’s second studio album following 2015’s “Chaos and the Calm.” The English rocker has previously opened for Ed Sheeran and The Rolling Stones. He most recently released the duet “Peer Pressure” with pop singer-songwriter Julia Michaels.