When Conner plays its last show tonight, Lawrence will wave goodbye to one of its brightest bands. The tightknit foursome's epitaph reveals no shortage of accomplishments: two great albums, a sold-out tour with the Killers, a deal with Seattle's Sonic Boom Recordings, placements in Saturn and Nissan commercials, and innumerable sweat-soaked shows with singer James Duft caterwauling like a man possessed and bassist Phil Bonahoom setting fires at the disco. Though Bonahoom's presence will surely be missed, the rest of the band — including guitarist Tom Wagner and drummer Bryce Boley — plans to continue as a yet-unnamed trio. (Duft reports that half a record is already completed.) Here's hoping the second act is even better than the first.