Here’s something about this weekend that not a lot of people will tell you: It’s totally fine if you don’t want to dress up for Halloween—if you find the whole thing silly and juvenile, or, hell, even if you’re just too self-conscious to go out in public wearing a costume. So, what you should do on Saturday night when everyone else is out doing whatever it is they do on Halloween? Well, you should go to the Mercury Lounge to see Philadelphia-based orchestral noise-rock band A Sunny Day in Glasgow, who just released Autumn, Again, the excellent counter-part to last year’s equally excellent Ashes Grammar. Fortunately, we’ve got a pair of tickets we’re looking to give away, and in order to be eligible, all you’ll have to do is follow LMagMusic on Twitter, then tweet at us letting us know you’re interested. If you’d like to take the opportunity to tell us why you hate Halloween and would rather go to an indie rock show, that would also be fine.