Unity College Centre for the Performing Arts, 42 Depot St., will welcome back Girlyman Friday, Feb. 26 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $18.

Can the members of Girlyman read each other’s minds? Onstage they often finish one another’s sentences or burst into improvised three-part ditties so tight they seem rehearsed. Truth is, the Atlanta-based trio has had years to develop this rapport. Doris Muramatsu and Tylan Greenstein became best friends in second grade. The two met Nate Borofsky in college at a talent show, and since then they have been creating their own language of three-part harmony.

Informed by 1960s vocal groups like Simon & Garfunkel and The Mamas and the Papas, and infused with years of classical and jazz training, Girlyman’s songs are a dance of melody and suspensions, an irresistible blend of acoustic, Americana and rock. “Everything’s Easy,” Girlyman’s fourth studio album, is the band’s most intimate and sophisticated effort. Self-produced and engineered, it was recorded with a single $10,000 microphone, financed by fan donations. This microphone, along with the work of Grammy-winning mixer Ben Wisch, has created an immeasurably rich sound.

For more information, call 948-7469 or visit unityme.org. Scheduled next at Unity College Centre is singer/songwriter Christopher Williams with special guest Ellen Tipper Saturday, March 6 at 7:30 p.m.

VillageSoup Art/Entertainment Editor Dagney Ernest can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail to dernest@villagesoup.com.