Guster evolves from insightful lyrics and acoustic guitars to raw textures and deep grooves on this year’s Evermotion
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Their origin: meeting as freshmen at Tufts University in 1992
How they’ve evolved over the years: According to their website, the band has moved from pithy folk to “raw acid-soaked chamber pop,” allowing them to explore “deeper drum grooves, keyboard textures, and atmospheric noise.”
Album where that change is most apparent: 2015’s Evermotion
What to expect live: acoustic favorites and trippy new tracks, plus a possible encore where drummer Brian Rosenworcel takes the lead on covers of famous pop songs (past hits have included “What’s Up?” by 4 Non Blondes and the theme from Cheers)