(Columbia City Theater) Allow me to quote something I have no recollection of writing online, because I totally agree with myself here: "Neighbors are all over the place, and that's just fine with me. Sometimes there are fuzzy garage guitars, horns (really good horns), manic vocals, and extended jams. Other times there are pop hooks with sunny muffled keyboards and sweet melodies. Singing, yelling, talking, explaining... the lyrics remind me of a good friend telling you all about their day, their plans, their coworkers, their love life, and how they got too drunk the night before—all in one funny phone call that keeps cutting out." Neighbors will be sharing a bill with the magnificent Lori Goldston, who describes herself as "classically trained, rigorously de-trained, [and] semi-feral," and who won a Stranger Genius Award last year because she is a damn genius.