Courtesy of Pie Shop

Hey, indie rockers, this one’s for you. Slide on your thickest rimmed glasses, lace up those Converse, and don your favorite vintage band T-shirt for the Eyelids’ show at Pie Shop on March 22. This supergroup is comprised of alt-rock royalty including John Moen (the Decemberists), Chris Slusarenko (Guided By Voices), guitarist Jonathan Drews (Sunset Valley), drummer Paulie Pulvirenti, and rounded out with new bassist Victor Krummenacher (Camper Van Beethoven). Formed in 2014, Eyelids released their fourth album, A Colossal Waste of Light, on March 10 (Jealous Butcher Records), produced by elder indie statesman Peter Buck of R.E.M. (who also appears on several tracks). The self-titled lead single is dream-pop bliss with reverberating guitars, harmonizing “whoa whoas whoas,” and whispered abstract lyrics. Eyelids’ music merges the best of ’70s soft rock sounds—there’s more than a touch of George Harrison’s solo works—with a decidedly ’90s and early aughts shoegaze vibe. Everything sounds a little gauzy and sleepy, like sunlight slanting through the windows during a late afternoon nap. Eyelids play at 8 p.m. at Pie Shop on March 22. pieshopdc.com $15.