Fast forward to Tuesday, Sept. 29. By then you’ll be rested up. Perhaps enough so that you might fully enjoy the soulful sonic sojourns of post-britpop band Glass Animals and the low-fi exuberance of Hinds. They’ll be at Sunshine Theater (120 Central SW) that night. Like other Oxfordshire oddfellows such as Radiohead, Glass Animals supplements their rock and roll diet with wholesome doses of electronica and the occasional reference to R&B. Contrariwise, supporting ensemble Hinds, straight outta Madrid en España, portray rocanrol music as a gritty chunk of otherwise super-tasty bubblegum stolen directly from the mouth of Nico or Maureen Tucker. Let loosely brilliant pop gems like “Chili Town” and “Bamboo” ramble rockingly out the minds and instruments of Carlota Cosials, Ana Garcia Perrote, Ade Martin and Amber Grimbergen prior to indulging the lovely “Lotus Flower”-like tendencies of Glass Animals. Together, these groups may transport you to the other side of the pop pond. $17 is what a ticket costs here. Doors are at 7pm with aural activities to be activated at 8:30pm.