Grizzled Omaha indie vets, The Good Life, will be making a stop tonight at Mohawk Place in support of their latest album, Everybody’s Coming Down. The Good Life formed in the year 2000 as a solo project for Cursive front-man, Tim Kasher, eventually evolving into a full band while writing 2004’s critically acclaimed album, Album of the Year. If you are a fan of Cursive’s earnest storytelling stripped back another layer, then you won’t want to miss The Good Life’s set. Also on deck for this evening are fellow Saddle Creek Records signee, Jake Bellows, and Philadelphia/Brooklyn mish-mash, Field Mouse. Doors at 7pm with a $14 cover.