The forested amphitheater at Pickathon is a tailor-made conduit for an intimate songwriter like Andy Shauf. His album “The Party,” unspools a series of observational vignettes set at a party, none more wistful than the song “Quite Like You.” It tells the story of misread signals and a betrayal of friendship, and its naturally bittersweet tone is gracefully underscored with the addition of a pair of clarinetists in this 2017 performance from the Woods Stage.

This year Pickathon celebrates its 20th year, with Built to Spill, Broken Social Scene, Phosphorescent, Shakey Graves and Slingshot artist Jamila Woods, August 3-6 at Pendarvis Farm outside Portland.

The Pickathon Woods Series was made possible by support from Klean Kanteen.