Kings of Leon
Time Out says
Much of the latest Kings of Leon record, When You See Yourself, sounds like a band at odds with its identity, attempting to balance its pop ambitions with its twangy, scrappier roots. But don't count the trio of brothers (plus a cousin) out—dance-friendly rock anthems like "Sex on Fire" and "Use Somebody" are old enough to envoke nostalgia, but they still capture the magic of larger-than-life arena rock in the late aughts. The Nashville rockers headline a night of WKQX's annual The Nights We Stole Christmas concert series, with support from Dayglow and Almost Monday.