Predictably, 19-year-old indie-rock wunderkind Lindsey Jordan writes from the perspective of a teenager, but there's a clarity and confidence to her lyricism that transcends her age. The songs that populate her debut album, Lush, are relatable to anyone who grew up in a small town, yearned for new horizons and grappled with the looming transition into adulthood. Backed by stabbing guitars or tranquil riffs, Jordan captures the uncertainty and excitement of figuring out who you are and who you will be, one ballad at a time.
|Venue name:||Metro Chicago|
3730 N Clark St
|Cross street:||between Waveland and Racine Aves|
|Transport:||El stop: Red to Addison. Bus: 22, 152.|
|Price:||$21, advance $18|