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The Olympic, Saturday, Oct. 5


When Los Angeles-based punk group Bleached went to cut its most recent album, things were a little different for the band's key songwriters, Jennifer and Jessie Clavin. The Clavins, who are sisters, have recently gotten sober, and it would be the first record the band cut with that newfound sobriety. Bleached is touring on the new album, Don't Think You've Had Enough? The record touches on the theme of sobriety, with songs that discuss cutting out toxic relationships. Overall, writing and recording sober was a monumental awakening, the Clavins have said. It not only made them examine their respective creative processes, but it also made them realize that sobriety is a spiritual journey, and is more than simply not drinking. Don't Think You've Had Enough? was produced by Vampire Weekend producer Shane Stoneback.

With Dude York and Billy Moon. $13-$15. 9 p.m. The Olympic, 1009 W. Main St.,