The '90s alt-rockers Cracker, known for such uplifting angst-ridden anthems as "Low," "Euro-Trash Girl," "Get Off This," "I Hate My Generation" and "Nothing To Believe In," never actually broke up or took a long hiatus.
David Lowery and Johnny Hickman are the two founding members still with the band; when not Crackering, Hickman writes film scores and Lowery releases solo records and maintains a role in Camper Van Beethoven, his pre-Cracker band that broke up in 1990 but reunited in 1999.
Lowery made headlines last month when he was named the class representative in a $150 million class action suit brought against the Spotify music streaming service for allegedly distributing copyrighted material unlawfully.
Cracker plays an "unplugged" (that's '90s-speak for acoustic) show at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23, at the Infinity Music Hall and Bistro, 32 Front St., Hartford. Tickets are $34 to $49. Information: 866-666-6306, infinityhall.com.