We now have two chances to see Teenage Wrist perform live this year

We never like to get ahead of ourselves here at Vanyaland, but we can’t help but notice all the show announcements filling our inboxes and feeds. While we still have to wrestle these lovely summer months free from college students and general responsibility, the fall concert calendar is grabbing our attention.

Most notably among the shouts and cries is word that Teenage Wrist are coming back to Boston in October, which means we now have two chances to see the Los Angeles alt-rock trio before Halloween.

Later this month the ‘Wrist add a bit of band-name brevity to the Pianos Become the Teeth and The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die show June 15 at The Sinclair in Cambridge. A few short months later, they hit Boston’s house of Blues on October 7, as part of a monster Epitaph bill alongside The Bronx and Thrice.

In March, Teenage Wrist released one of our favorite albums of the year in Chrome Neon Jesus, a weathered guitar-rock record that both ‘gazes and thrashes in all the right places, and these upcoming support appearances are just a teaser before the band inevitably hits our towns as headliners. Get in on the ground level, because Teenage Wrist seem to know a thing or two about elevation. And get into Chrome Neon Jesus while peeping their full tour itinerary via Instagram action below.

Featured photo by Dan Monick.