The genesis of Chicago's Joan of Arc can be traced to the short lived but seminal early 90s punk band Cap'n Jazz, formed by brothers Tim and Mike Kinsella. Following the bands break up in 1995, Tim Kinsella began writing experimental, abstract songs that combined post-folk and post-rock with ambience and effects that would become a template for the eclectic sound of Joan of Arc. This performance will be the record release show for their upcoming album Life Like. This is the final Face the Strange: New Music from Chicago and Beyond of the season. Beer, wine, beverages, and light fare are available for purchase.