The Cold War Kids stop by the Granada, 1020 Mass. St., tonight in support of "Mine Is Yours," released in late January. Since the band first gained notoriety through their 2006 album "Robbers & Cowards" and the surprise hit "Hang Me Up To Dry." Since then, the band has expanded its sound, incorporating soaring choruses and even disco influences into their work.
But the same dark, acerbic wit has remained intact. As has their affinity for energetic, raw concerts that showcase singer Nathan Willet's distinct and embattled vocals and plenty of effects-laden guitar. The show starts a 8 p.m. with doors at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 at the door.