Country singer Corb Lund to perform at the Clarke Theatre

Concert takes place on Sunday, Jan. 31 and features songs from his latest album

Country singer Corb Lund will play at the Clarke Theatre on Jan. 31.

Country singer Corb Lund will play at the Clarke Theatre on Jan. 31.

Country singer Corb Lund is bringing his Winter Campaign 2016 tour to Mission on Sunday, Jan. 31 at the Clarke Theatre.

Recorded with his long-time band, The Hurtin’ Albertans (Grant Siemens on electric guitar and lap steel, Kurt Ciesla on bass and Brady Valgardson on drums), Things That Can’t Be Undone is a new mature set of songs that pairs Lund’s sharp songcraft with a bevy of new sounds, thrusting together his mix of Americana, rollicking honkytonk and alt-country.

The end result is a lively and loose record influenced heavily by 1960s and ’70s rock and country.

On Washed-Up Rock Star Factory Blues, Lund offers an uproarious response to Johnny Paycheck’s classic Take This Job and Shove It.

In the powerful Sadr City, an Eastern-influenced psychedelic guitar riff sets the scene for a tragic tale about the Siege of Sadr City, continuing Lund’s tradition of military songs that he began in 2007 with Horse Soldier! Horse Soldier!

Loss is a prevalent theme on the record and takes several different forms throughout.

The Clarke theatre is located at 33700 Prentis Ave. in Mission. Tickets are $42.50 and are available at all Ticketmaster locations or online at ticketmaster.ca.