The synth symphonies of French band M83 have always sounded vaguely like film scores, but their latest album, Saturdays = Youth, could be the soundtrack to some '80s teen-misfit romance. The record abounds with sonic signifiers of the decade—sweeping synth pads, gated reverb drums, Molly Ringwald—but M83's lush, layered palette and newfound knack for crafting succinctly stunning pop gems like "Kim & Jessie" and "Graveyard Girl" transcend mere revivalism. This is the show that makes me wish I wasn't going to Sasquatch! this weekend. (Neumo's, 925 E Pike St, 709-9467. 8 pm, $12, 21+.)