Time Out says
Ezra Furman is a youthful anachronism: A verbose lyricist marooned in an indie scene that favors headphone-friendly noisemakers. On his third solo release, Perpetual Motion People, the Evanston native conveys what it feels like to be young and adrift in an uncertain world. Eclectic Toronto indie-pop act Weaves and local elementary school teachers/musicians Dream Version open the show. This concert is part of the Tomorrow Never Knows festival.