The Atlanta-based singer-songwriter will stop by D.C.’s Navy Yard Car Barn turned performance venue to promote her fourth studio album, I Know I’m Funny haha. But don’t let the laughter fool you. According to Pitchfork, Webster’s new album has harnessed “the sound of the saddest person you follow on social media.” Think Kacey Musgraves swirled into a primordial soup with Phoebe Bridgers, Angel Olsen, and a dash of Aaliyah. It’s the kind of bedroom pop melancholia you can cry and dance to simultaneously—something we could all use more of in this economy. Sept. 24 at Capital Turnaround. $20.