Critics once characterized Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo by their surf drum beats and generous doses of noise layered under dreamy, two-part vocal harmonies. But decade-old The Raveonettes have evolved their upbeat lo-fi formula into a dark and soulful sound. Their fifth studio album, Raven in the Grave, which dropped last month, is a mature departure for the Danish duo—who have influenced everyone from Vivian Girls to Best Coast. Tomorrow, the band plays Bimbo’s, where they seem to return year after year. This time out, they’ve added a twist to their live lineup by commissioning a second drummer to recreate the depth of their new material onstage.