If you've ever watched an episode of Friday Night Lights, you've probably heard the triumphant, guitar-driven strains of Explosions in the Sky. The Texas post-rock outfit has been mining melancholic, soundtrack-worthy melodies and slowly building arrangements for more than a decade, building on the template of Godspeed You! Black Emperor. The group's most recent album, The Wilderness, reveals a more reserved, inward-looking sound—the overarching drama is still there, but it's a bit more restrained. Glam-influenced pop-rockers Lower Dens open the show.