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“I’ve been doing this for half my years,” Jeff Rosenstock sings in his newest album, WORRY. The song, “Pash Rash,” is about intimacy, shame, self-respect, and, perhaps, Rosenstock’s music career. His latest release reflects that experience, with elements of pop punk, indie, emo, hardcore, and ska accompanying poetic and vulnerable lyrics. Rosenstock continues to sing about alienation, antipathy, and anxiety, of course, as his cultish fan base has come to love and expect. But WORRY also breaks new ground. It’s the most political of any album he’s put out, touching on police brutality, Silicon Valley, and inequality of all kinds. It also features a heavy focus on romantic love, albeit in Rosenstock-ian style. Read more >>> Jeff Rosenstock performs with Hard Girls and Katie Ellen at 7:30 p.m. at DC9, 1940 9th St. NW. $13–$15. (202) 483-5000. dcnine.com(Kevin Carty)

EAT THIS

The spirits editor of Wine Enthusiast, Kara Newman, will be at 2 Birds 1 Stone tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. The bar will serve a slate of drinks from her new cocktail book, Shake. Stir. Sip. They include the “Naked and Famous” with mezcal, aperol, yellow chartreuse, and lime ($14). Those who want to purchase a copy of the book can do so upstairs at Salt & Sundry. 2 Birds 1 Stone, 1800 14th St. NW. 2birds1stonedc.com. (Laura Hayes)

OH AND ALSO

Alt-folk artist Hiss Golden Messenger plays songs from his new album, Heart Like a Levee, which was inspired in part by a D.C. snowstorm, at Rock & Roll Hotel. 8 p.m. at 1353 H St. NE. $15.

The Hirshhorn debuts its newest installation, a site-specific work by mixed-media artist Mark Bradford that spans the entirety of the museum’s 3rd floor inner ring. 10 a.m. at 7th Street and Independence Avenue SW. Free.

British electronic ensemble Two Door Cinema Club performs a lively show at Echostage with opening act Broods, a sibling duo out of New Zealand. 7 p.m. at 2135 Queens Chapel Road NE. $40.

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