Where would the indie-electronic School of Seven Bells be without the lyrical and acrobatic pas-de-deux of identical twins Alejandra and Claudia Deheza? You'll get your chance to find out tonight when the latest incarnation of "SVIIB" takes the stage tonight at The Earl. Even with Claudia's departure, their latest album, Ghostory, stays true to their roots. The crafted lyrics of Deheza - fabric'd in diaphanous swaths - weave the narrative of a young girl named Lafaye and the ghosts that shape her experiences. Meanwhile, Benjamin Curtis counterpoints on the instrumentals, his meticulously rhythmic yet effected style - steeped in a blend of 80s electronica and dance-worthy bass - creating the underlying terra firma. For fans of School of Seven Bells, there is decidedly something absent to their new style, but not lackingly so. A shadow specters over their sound, not in a way that curls cold air around bare flesh, but rather in a way that has consciously pared the evolution of the group on their third album. It will be interesting to see how Claudia's absence translates outside the studio and on the stage: show at 9:00pm, tickets for $12.