As a former construction worker — "I used to do laboring work, which is horrible" — and an avid fan of housekeeping down time, Sillitto knows how to use his hands. But if the Temper Trap continue on their current trajectory, the chores will be more and more about playing and writing music. Which suits him just fine. "I guess just being able to do what we love, professionally, is the main thing." That and maybe getting to wash a dish or two.

THE TEMPER TRAP + DELPHIC + THE HUNDRED IN THE HAND | House of Blues, 15 Lansdowne St, Boston | September 29 at 7 pm | $20 | 617.693.2583 or hob.com/boston

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